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PART 1 – GENERAL

1.01   Work Included:

       A.      GENERAL - Building Management System (BMS) Contractor shall provide and install:

               1.       A fully integrated Building Automation System (BAS), incorporating direct
                        digital control (DDC) for energy management, equipment monitoring and
                        control, and subsystems with open communications capabilities as herein
                        specified.

               2.       Complete temperature control system to be DDC with electric actuation as
                        specified herein.

               3.       All wiring, conduit, panels, and accessories for a complete operational system.

               4.       BMS Contractor shall be responsible for all electrical work associated with the
                        BMS.


                        a.   Perform all wiring in accordance with all local and national codes.

                        b.   Install all line voltage wiring, concealed or exposed, in conduit in
                             accordance with the division 16 specifications, NEC and local building
                             code.

                        c.   Provide a maximum of 50 feet extension of 120 volt, 20 amp circuits and
                             circuit breakers from Emergency power panels for all BMS equipment
                             power. Provide and install local UPS Power supply for all BMS system
                             panels and equipment.

                        d.   Surge transient protection shall be incorporated in design of system to
                             protect electrical components in all DDC Controllers and operator’s
                             workstations.

                        e.   All low voltage electrical control wiring throughout the building whether
                             exposed or concealed shall be run in conduit in accordance with the division
                             16 specifications, local building code and the NEC.

                        f.   Provide all miscellaneous field device mounting and interconnecting wiring
                             for all mechanical systems including fuel oil system, emergency generators,
                             chillers, water treatment, AC units, condensing units, expansion tanks,
                             VFD, unit heaters, filtration systems, terminal units, fan coil units, electric
                             heater’s, chiller control system.

                        g.   All systems requiring interlock wiring shall be hardwired interlocked and
                             shall not rely on the BMS to operate (e.g. emergency generator to fuel oil
                             pump interlock, emergency generator damper interlock, etc.) Interlock
                             wiring shall be run in separate conduits from BMS associated wiring.

               5.       All wells for water monitoring devices, flow switches and alarms, as required.

                        a.       All installation kits for turbine flow meters, allow service and removal
                                 under pressure.




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            6.    Provide open communications system. The system shall be an open architecture
                  with the capabilities to support a multi-vendor environment. To accomplish this
                  effectively, system shall be capable of utilizing standard protocols as follows as
                  well as be able to integrate third-party systems via existing vendor protocols.

                  a.       System shall be capable of high speed Ethernet communication using
                           TCP/IP protocol.

                  b.       System shall be capable of BACnet communication according to
                           ANSI/ASHRAE 135-2004.

                  c.       System shall be capable of OPC server communications according to
                           OPC Data Access 2.0 and Alarms and Events 1.0.

                  d.       System shall be capable of using the LonTalk protocol.

                  e.       The system shall be capable of supporting both standard and vendor
                           specific protocols to integrate a wide variety of third-party devices and
                           legacy systems.


                  f.       The intent is to either use the Operator Workstation provided under this
                           contract to communicate with control systems provided by other
                           vendors or to allow information about the system provided in this
                           contract to be sent to another workstation. This allows the user to have
                           a single seat from which to perform daily operation.

            7.    Provide hardware, software, and wiring to provide communication interfaces
                  with each of the systems listed below.
                  a.      UPS System
                  b.      PDUs and Static Transfer
                  c.      ATS Switches
                  d.      Computer Room Air Conditioning (CRAC)
                  e.      Emergency Generators
                  f.      Lighting Control System
                  g.      Security and Access Control
                  h.      Closed Circuit TV
                  i.      Fire Alarm System

            8.    Provide system graphics for each controlled device and/or integrated systems as
                  required by the owner. Origin of information shall be transparent to the operator
                  and shall be controlled, displayed, trended, etc. as if the points were hardwired
                  to the BMS.

            9.    One (1) Personal computer operator workstation, associated peripherals and
                  equipment required to set up dynamic color graphic PC console at the Chief
                  Engineer’s Office.

            10.   One (1) Portable Operator Terminal to be connected and communicating
                  simultaneously with the entire BMS from any DDC Controller. The portable
                  terminal shall be able to monitor, adjust, trend, edit, modify, add, and delete, all
                  system information or points.

            11.   Primary DDC panels as follows:




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                  a.      Minimum one (1) BMS system Primary DDC panel per floor. The
                          application specific controllers installed for the terminal units on a floor
                          will be connected to the BMS panel on the same floor. DDC Panels
                          serving AHU’s on a floor are not to be used to meet this requirement.
                          Separate panels will be required.

                  b.      Minimum one (1) BMS system Primary DDC panel per each major
                          mechanical system:

                          1)       Air Handling Unit
                          2)       Hot Water heat Exchangers and associated pumps
                          3)       Chillers and associated pumps
                          4)       Cooling Towers associated pumps
                          5)       Emergency Generator
                          6)       Fuel Oil System

                  c.      It shall be acceptable to combine up to three (3) of the following
                          mechanical equipment into one (1) Primary DDC panel:

                          1)       Exhaust Fans
                          2)       Standalone Supply Fans
                          3)       Package AC Units

                  d.      It is acceptable to wire the following systems into any of the Primary
                          DDC panels:

                          1)       Miscellaneous alarm monitoring (i.e. ATS, leak, temperature,
                                   light …etc.)
                          2)       Miscellaneous equipment (i.e. Unit Heater, Domestic Water
                                   Heater, Standalone Dampers …etc.)

                  e.      Motors in motor control centers shall be controlled from the DDC
                          controller associated with HVAC system. It shall not be acceptable to
                          control all motors in a MCC from one DDC controller dedicated to the
                          MCC. The intent of this specification is that the loss of any one DDC
                          controller shall not affect the operation of other HVAC systems, only
                          for the points connected to the DDC controller.

            12.   Stand-alone Application Specific Controllers (ASCs) for terminal equipment
                  (CAV, FP VAV, and VAV units, and fan coil units).

      B.    GENERAL PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

            1.    The installation of the control system shall be performed under the direct
                  supervision of the controls manufacturer with the shop drawings, flow diagrams,
                  bill of materials, component designation, or identification number and sequence
                  of operation all bearing the name of the manufacturer. The installing
                  manufacturer shall certify in writing, that the shop drawings have been prepared
                  by the equipment manufacturer and that the equipment manufacturer has
                  supervised their installation. In addition, the equipment manufacturer shall
                  certify, in writing, that the shop drawings were prepared by their company and
                  that all temperature control equipment was installed under their direct
                  supervision.




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               2.       All materials and equipment used shall be standard components, regularly
                        manufactured for this and/or other systems and not custom designed specially
                        for this project. All systems and components shall have been thoroughly tested
                        and proven in actual use for at least two years.

               3.       The system shall be scalable in nature and shall permit expansion of both
                        capacity and functionality through the addition of sensors, actuators, DDC
                        Controllers, and operator devices.

               4.       System architectural design shall eliminate dependence upon any single device
                        for alarm reporting and control execution. Each DDC Controller shall operate
                        independently by performing its own specified control, alarm management,
                        operator I/O, and data collection. The failure of any single component or
                        network connection shall not interrupt the execution of any control strategy,
                        reporting, alarming and trending function, or any function at any operator
                        interface device.

               5.       DDC Controllers shall be able to access any data from, or send control
                        commands and alarm reports directly to, any other DDC Controller or
                        combination of controllers on the network without dependence upon a central or
                        intermediate processing device. DDC Controllers shall also be able to send
                        alarm to multiple operator workstations without dependence upon a central or
                        intermediate processing device.

               6.       DDC Controllers shall be able to assign password access and control priorities to
                        each point individually. The Iogon password (at any PC workstation or portable
                        operator terminal) shall enable the operator to monitor, adjust or control only the
                        points that the operator is authorized for. All other points shall not be displayed
                        at the PC workstation or portable terminal. (e.g. all base building and all tenant
                        points shall be accessible to any base building operators, but only certain base
                        building and tenant points shall be accessible to tenant building operators).
                        Passwords and priority levels for every point shall be fully programmable and
                        adjustable.

               7.       All DDC controllers shall be installed with 25% spare points (of each type) and
                        25% spare memory capacity for connection of floor work.




1.02   Products Furnished but Not Installed Under This Section

       A.      Hydronic Piping:

               1.       Control Valves
               2.       Temperature Sensor Wells and Sockets
               3.       Flow Switches
               4.       Flow Meters


       B.      Refrigerant Piping:

               1.       Pressure and Temperature Sensor Wells and Sockets

       C.      Duct-work Accessories:



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               1.       Dampers
               2.       Air-flow Stations
               3.       Terminal Unit Controls



1.03   Products Installed but Not Furnished Under This Section

       A.      Refrigeration Equipment:

               1.       Refrigerant Leak Detection System

       B.      Rooftop Air Handling Equipment:

               1.       Thermostats
               2.       Duct Static Pressure Sensors

1.04   Products Integrated To but Not Furnished or Installed Under This Section

       A.      Heat Generation Equipment: [off]

               1.       Boiler Controls

       B.      Refrigeration Equipment: [off]

               1.       Chiller Controls

       C.      Rooftop Air-Handling Equipment: [off]

               1.       Discharge Air Temperature Control
               2.       Economizer Control
               3.       Volume Control

       D.      Unit Ventilators and Fan Coil Units: [off]

               1.       Set Point Reset
               2.       Day/ Night Indexing

       E.      VAV Terminal Units: [off]

               1.       Cross-Flow Velocity Sensor

       F.      Variable Frequency Drives: [off]

       G.      BACnet System[off]

               1.       Server
               2.       Client

       H.      OPC Client[off]

       I.      LonMark Devices[off]

       J.      Lighting Control[off]



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       K.      Access/Security[off]

       L.      Fire/Life Safety[off]

       M.      Power/Energy Monitoring[off]

       N.      [User Specified] [off]

               1.

1.05   Related Sections

       A.      The General Conditions of the Contract, Supplementary Conditions, and General
               Requirements are part of this specification and shall be used in conjunction with this
               section as part of the contract documents.

       B.      The following sections constitute related work:

               1.         Section 01 00 00 - General and Special Requirements
               2.         Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Requirements
               3.         Section 27 05 26 - Commissioning of HVAC
               4.         Section 05 45 19 – Commisioning of Integrated Automation
               5.         Section 28 13 00 - Security Access
               6.         Section 28 20 00 - Security Surveillance
               7.         Section 23 31 03 - Detection and Alarm (Fire and Smoke Alarm Systems)
               8.         Section 01 60 00 - Materials and Equipment
               9.         Section 21 05 00 – Common Work Results for Fire Suppression
               10.        Section 22 05 00 – Common Work Results for Plumbing
               11.        Section 23 05 00 – Common Work Results for HVAC
               12.        Section 23 82 00 - Heat-Generation Equipment
               13.        Section 23 60 00 - Refrigeration Equipment
               14.        Section 23 50 00 - Central Heating Equipment
               15.        Section 23 60 00 - Central Cooling Equipment
               16.        Section 23 70 00 - Central HVAC Equipment
               17.        Section 23 80 00 - Decentralized HVAC Equipment
               18.        Section 23 30 00 - HVAC Air Distribution
               19.        Section 23 05 93 - Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing for HVAC
               20.        Section 26 05 00 - Common Work Results for Electrical
               21.        Section 26 30 00- Facility Electrical Power Generating and Storing Equipment
               22.        Section 26 20 00 - Low-Voltage Electrical Transmission
               23.        Section 26 50 00 - Lighting

1.06   Approved Control System Contractors and Managers

       A.      The following are the approved Control System Contractors and Manufacturers:

               1.         Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. – Product Line: APOGEE System

1.07   Quality Assurance

       A.      The BAS system shall be designed and installed, commissioned and serviced by factory
               trained personnel. BMS contractor shall have an in-place support facility within 100
               miles of the site with technical staff, spare parts inventory and necessary test and
               diagnostic equipment. The BMS contractor shall provide full time, on site, experienced



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            project manager for this work, responsible for direct supervision of the design,
            installation, start up and commissioning of the B.M.S. The Bidder shall be regularly
            engaged in the installation and maintenance of BMS systems and shall have a minimum
            of ten (10) years of demonstrated technical expertise and experience in the installation
            and maintenance of B.M.S. systems similar in size and complexity to this project.

      B.    The BMS contractor shall maintain a service organization consisting of factory trained
            service personnel and provide a list of 10 projects, similar in size and scope to this
            project, completed within the last five years.

      C.    Materials and equipment shall be the catalogued products of manufacturers regularly
            engaged in production and installation of automatic temperature control systems and shall
            be manufacturer's latest standard design that complies with the specification
            requirements.

      D.    All BAS peer-to-peer network controllers, central system controllers, and local user
            displays shall be UL Listed under Standard UL 916, category PAZX; Standard ULC
            C100, category UUKL7; and under Standard UL 864, categories UUKL, UDTZ, and
            QVAX and be so listed at the time of bid. All floor level controllers shall comply, at a
            minimum, with UL Standard UL 91 6category PAZX; Standard UL 864, categories
            UDTZ, and QVAX and be so listed at the time of Bid.

      E.    The BAS peer-to-peer network controllers and local user display shall also comply with
            the European Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Framework, and bear the C-Tic
            Mark to show compliance. The purpose of the regulation is to minimize electromagnetic
            interference between electronic products, which may diminish the performance of
            electrical products or disrupt essential communications.

      F.    DDC peer-to-peer controllers shall be compliant with the European EMC Directive,
            Standards EN 50081-2 and EN 50082-2, at the Industrial Levels. Additionally the
            equipment shall be compliant with the European LVD Directive and bear the CE mark in
            order to show compliance to both directives.

      G.    All electronic equipment shall conform to the requirements of FCC Regulation, Part 15,
            Governing Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Interference and be so labeled.

      H.    All wireless devices shall conform to: [off]

            1.       The requirements of Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations, FCC Part 15,
                     governing radio frequency intentional radiating devices and be issued a FCC
                     user identification and be so labeled.
            2.       CE Directive 1999/5/EC (Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal
                     Equipment and the Mutual Recognition of their Conformity)

      I.    The manufacturer of the building automation system shall provide documentation
            supporting compliance with ISO-9002 (Model for Quality Assurance in Production,
            Installation, and Servicing) and ISO-140001 (The application of well-accepted business
            management principles to the environment). The intent of this specification requirement
            is to ensure that the products from the manufacturer are delivered through a Quality
            System and Framework that will assure consistency in the products delivered for this
            project.

      J.    This system shall have a documented history of compatibility by design for a minimum
            of 15 years. Future compatibility shall be supported for no less than 10 years.
            Compatibility shall be defined as the ability to upgrade existing field panels to current



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               level of technology, and extend new field panels on a previously installed network.
               Compatibility shall be defined as the ability for any existing field panel microprocessor to
               be connected and directly communicate with new field panels without bridges, routers or
               protocol converters. [off]




1.08   Codes and Standards

       A.      Work, materials, and equipment shall comply with the most restrictive of local, state, and
               federal authorities’ codes and ordinances or these plans and specifications. As a
               minimum, the installation shall comply with current editions in effect 30 days prior to
               receipt of bids of the following codes:

               1.       National Electric Code (NEC)
               2.       Uniform Building Code (UBC)

                        a.       Section 608, Shutoff for Smoke Control
                        b.       Section 403.3, Smoke Detection Group B, Office Buildings and Group
                                 R, Division 1 Occupancies
                        c.       Section 710.5, Wiring in Plenums
                        d.       Section 713.10, Smoke Dampers
                        e.       Section 1106, Refrigeration Machinery Rooms
                        f.       Section 1107, Refrigeration Machinery Room Ventilation
                        g.       Section 1108, Refrigeration Machinery Room Equipment and Controls
                        h.       Section 1120, Detection and Alarm Systems

               3.       Uniform Mechanical Code (UMC)
               4.       ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 135- 2004, BACnet--A Data Communication Protocol
                        for Building Automation and Control Networks
               5.       [Local] Building Code

1.09   System Performance

       A.      Performance Standards. System shall conform to the following minimum standards over
               network connections. Systems shall be tested using manufacturer's recommended
               hardware and software for operator workstation (server and browser for web-based
               systems).




1.10   Submittals

       A.      Product Submittal Requirements. Meet requirements of Section 01330 on Shop
               Drawings, Product Data, and Samples. Provide six copies of shop drawings and other
               submittals on hardware, software, and equipment to be installed or furnished. Begin no
               work until submittals have been approved for conformity with design intent. Provide
               drawings as AutoCAD 2004 (or newer) compatible files on optical disk (file format:



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            .dwg, .dxf, .vsd, or comparable) or hard copies on 11‖ x 17‖ prints of each drawing.
            When manufacturer’s cutsheets apply to a product series rather than a specific product,
            clearly indicate applicable data by highlighting or by other means. Clearly reference
            covered specification and drawing on each submittal. General catalogs shall not be
            accepted as cut sheets to fulfill submittal requirements. Select and show submittal
            quantities appropriate to scope of work.

      B.    Provide submittals within 12 weeks of contract award

      C.    Submittal data shall consist of the following:

            1.       Direct Digital Control System Hardware:

                     a.       Complete bill of materials indicating quantity, manufacturer, model
                              number, and relevant technical data of equipment to be used.

                     b.       Manufacturer’s description and technical data, such as product
                              specification sheets, installation and maintenance instructions for items
                              listed below and for relevant items not listed below:

                              1)       Direct Digital Controllers (controller panels)
                              2)       Transducers and transmitters
                              3)       Sensors (including accuracy data)
                              4)       Valves
                              5)       Dampers
                              6)       Relays and Switches
                              7)       Control Panels
                              8)       Power Supplies
                              9)       Operator Interface Equipment

                     c.       Wiring diagrams and layouts for each control panel. Show all
                              termination numbers.

                     d.       Floor plan schematic diagrams indicating control panel and space
                              temperature sensor locations.

            2.       Central System Hardware and Software:

                     a.       Complete bill of material indicating quantity, manufacturer, model
                              number, and relevant technical data of equipment used.

                     b.       Manufacturer’s description and technical data such as product
                              specifications for items listed below and for relevant items furnished
                              under this contract not listed below:

                              1)       Central Processing Unit (CPU)
                              2)       Monitors
                              3)       Keyboards
                              4)       Power Supply
                              5)       Battery Backup
                              6)       Interface Equipment Between CPU and Control Panels
                              7)       Operating System Software
                              8)       Operator Interface Software
                              9)       Color Graphic Software
                              10)      Third-Party Software



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                  c.       Schematic diagrams of all control, communication, and power wiring
                           for central system installation. Show interface wiring to control system.

                  d.       Provide sample color graphics on 11 x 17 ― prints for each typical
                           system indicating conceptual layout of pictures and data for each
                           graphic. List of color graphics to be provided showing or explaining
                           which other graphics can be directly accessed.

                  e.       Provide a list of BMS point naming convention. Indicate the format,
                           structure and standards of typical point names. The naming convention
                           shall follow the
                           ―Global_Campus_Building_Area_Equipment_Function‖ format.
                           Provide a list of point names for typical equipment and functions with
                           specific examples.

            3.    Controlled Systems:

                  a.       Riser diagrams showing control network layout, communication
                           protocol, and wire types.

                  b.       Schematic diagram of each controlled system. Label control points with
                           point names. Graphically show locations of control elements.

                  c.       Schematic wiring diagram of each controlled system. Label control
                           elements and terminals. Where a control element is also shown on
                           control system schematic use the same name.

                  d.       Instrumentation list for each controlled system. List control system
                           element in a table. Show element name, type of device, manufacturer,
                           model number, and product data sheet number.

                  e.       Complete description of control system operation including sequences
                           of operation. Include and reference schematic diagram of controlled
                           system.

                  f.       Point list for each system controller including both inputs and outputs
                           (I/O), point numbers, controlled device associated with each I/O point,
                           and location of I/O device.

            4.    Description of process, report formats and checklists to be used in Part 3:
                  ―Control System Demonstration and Acceptance.‖

            5.    Contractor shall submit documentation in the following phased delivery
                  schedule:

                  a.       Valve and damper schedules
                  b.       Point Naming Convention
                  c.       Sample Graphics
                  d.       System schematics, including:

                           1)       System Riser Diagrams
                           2)       Sequence of Operations
                           3)       Mechanical Control Schematics
                           4)       Electrical Wiring Diagrams



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                             5)       Control Panel Layouts
                             6)       Product Specification Sheets

                    e.       As-Built drawings




      D.    Project Record Documents: Submit three copies of record (as-built) documents upon
            completion of installation. Submittal shall consist of:

            1.      Project Record Drawings. As-built versions of the submittal shop drawings
                    provided as AutoCAD 2004 (or newer) compatible files on optical media and as
                    11‖ x 17‖ prints.

            2.      Testing and Commissioning Reports and Checklists. Completed versions of
                    reports, checklists, and trend logs used to meet requirements of Part 3: ―Control
                    System Demonstration and Acceptance.‖

            3.      Certification of pressure test required in Part 3: ―Control Air Tubing.‖

            4.      Operation and Maintenance (O & M) Manual.

                    f.       As-built versions of the submittal product data.

                    g.       Names, addresses, and 24-hour telephone numbers of installing
                             contractors and service representatives for equipment and control
                             systems.

                    h.       Operator’s Manual with procedures for operating control systems,
                             logging on and off, handling alarms, producing point reports, trending
                             data, overriding computer control, and changing set points and
                             variables.

                    i.       Programming manual or set of manuals with description of
                             programming language and of statements for algorithms and
                             calculations used, of point database creation and modification, of
                             program creation and modification, and of editor use.

                    j.       Engineering, installation, and maintenance manual or set of manuals
                             that explains how to design and install new points, panels, and other
                             hardware; how to perform preventive maintenance and calibration; how
                             to debug hardware problems; and how to repair or replace hardware.

                    k.       Documentation of all programs created using custom programming
                             language, including set points, tuning parameters, and object database.

                    l.       Graphic files, programs, and database on magnetic or optical media.

                    m.       List of recommended spare parts with part numbers and suppliers.

                    n.       Complete original-issue documentation, installation, and maintenance
                             information for furnished third-party hardware, including computer
                             equipment and sensors.



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                        o.       Complete original original-issue copies of furnished software,
                                 including operating systems, custom programming language, operator
                                 workstation software, and graphics software.

                        p.       Licenses, guarantees, and warranty documents for equipment and
                                 systems.


       E.      Training Materials. Provide course outline and manuals at least six weeks before
               training.

1.11   Warranty

       A.      Warrant labor and materials for specified control system free from defects for a period of
               12 months after final acceptance. Failures on control systems that include all computer
               equipment, transmission equipment and all sensors and control devices during warranty
               period shall be adjusted, repaired, or replaced at no additional cost or reduction in service
               to Owner. Respond during normal business hours within 24 hours of Owner’s warranty
               service request.

       B.      Work shall have a single warranty date, even if Owner receives beneficial use due to
               early system start-up. If specified work is split into multiple contracts or a multi-phase
               contract, each contract or phase shall have a separate warranty start date and period.

       C.      If Engineer determines that equipment and systems operate satisfactorily at the end of
               final start-up, testing, and commissioning phase, Engineer will certify in writing that
               control system operation has been tested and accepted in accordance with the terms of
               this specification. Date of acceptance shall begin warranty period.

       D.      Provide updates to operator workstation software, project-specific software, graphic
               software, database software, and firmware that resolve Contractor identified software
               deficiencies at no charge during warranty period. If available, Owner can purchase in-
               warranty service agreement to receive upgrades for functional enhancements associated
               with the above-mentioned items. Do not install updates or upgrades without Owner’s
               written authorization.

       E.      Exception:

               1.       Contractor shall not be required to warrant reused devices, except those that
                        have been rebuilt or repaired. Installation labor and materials shall be warranted.
                        Demonstrate operable condition of reused devices at time of Engineer’s
                        acceptance.

               2.       Contractor shall not be required to warrant systems, equipment and devices or
                        software if the damages and/or failures were caused by lack of training,
                        unauthorized use, negligence or deliberate action of other parties, or job site
                        conditions.

1.12   Ownership of Proprietary Material

       A.      Project specific software and documentation shall become Owner’s property. This
               includes, but not limited to:
               2.       Graphics




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            3.      Record drawings
            4.
            5.      Database
            6.
            7.      Application programming code

      A.    Documentation

            1.      General


                    a.        Submit two (2) draft copies of owner's manuals for review. After
                              review by authorized representative, the contractor shall incorporate
                              review comments and submit four (4) interim final copies.

                    b.        Submit four (4) copies of owner’s manuals upon completion of project.

                    c.        Submit two (2) electronic copies of complete as-built documentation on
                              CD ROM. All drawings shall be in standard AutoCad 2004 format,
                              other documentation shall be in standard MS Office format.

                    d.        Update manuals with modifications made to system during guarantee
                              period. Provide replacement pages or supplements in quantity stated
                              above for "as built" manuals.

                    e.        Assemble owner's manuals into multi-volume sets as necessary and
                              required by the owner.

                    f.        Protect each volume with a heavy duty binder. Volumes to have plastic
                              printed dividers between major sections and have oversized binders to
                              accommodate up to ½ inch thick set of additional information.

                    g.        Each binder to be printed with project name and volume title on front
                              cover and binder.

                    h.        On the first page of each manual identify with project name, manual
                              title, owner's name, engineer's name, contractor's name, address and
                              service phone number, and person who prepared manual.




      B.    Operating manual to serve as training and reference manual for all aspects of day-to-day
            operation of the system. As a minimum include the following:




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               1.       Sequence of operation for automatic and manual operating modes for all
                        building systems. The sequences shall cross reference the system point names.

               2.       Description of manual override operation of all control points in system.

               3.       BMS system manufacturers complete operating manuals.

       C.      Provide maintenance manual to serve as training and reference manual for all aspects of
               day-to-day maintenance and major system repairs. As a minimum include the following:

               1.       Complete as-built installation drawings for each building system.

               2.       Overall system electrical power supply schematic indicating source of electrical
                        power for each system component. Indicate all battery backup provisions.

               3.       Photographs and/or drawings showing installation details and locations of
                        equipment.

               4.       Routine preventive maintenance procedures, corrective diagnostics
                        troubleshooting procedures, and calibration procedures.

               5.       Parts lists with manufacturer's catalog numbers and ordering information.

               6.       Lists of ordinary and special tools, operating materials supplies and test
                        equipment recommended for operation and servicing.

               7.       Manufacturer's operation, set-up, maintenance and catalog literature for each
                        piece of equipment.

               8.       Maintenance and repair instructions.

               9.       Recommended spare parts.

       D.      Provide Programming Manual to serve as training and reference manual for all aspects of
               system programming. As a minimum include the following:

               1.       Complete programming manuals, and reference guides.

               2.       Details of any custom software packages and compilers supplied with system.

               3.       Information and access required for independent programming of system.


1.13   Technical Proposal

       A.      Technical proposals shall be prepared in accordance with these specifications. Six (6)
               copies of the proposal shall be submitted with the bid. Proposals that are unbound, loose,
               loose in a file folder, stapled, stapled in a manila file folder, etc., will not be acceptable.
               The technical proposal shall include the following data/information as a minimum. The
               order of listing here is not intended to indicate, nor should it be construed to indicate, the
               relative importance of the data/information:

               1.       Information on organizational capability to handle this project (management,
                        personnel, manufacturing, single source responsibility, etc.)




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               2.       Information on training program to demonstrate specification compliance.

               3.       System Configuration as Proposed:

                        a.       Describe system architecture including a schematic layout with location
                                 and type (model number) of all control panels.

                        b.       Describe system operation, functions and control techniques.

                        c.       Modularity.

                        d.       Migration strategies to protect owner’s investment in BMS system.

               4.       Technical data to support the information on the hardware and software
                        proposed for this solution including any integrated systems and/or solutions.

               5.       Detailed description of all operating, command, application and energy
                        management software provided for this project.

               6.       A signed certificate stating the Contractor "has read the performance and
                        functional requirements, understands them and his technical proposal will
                        comply with all parts of the specification."

               7.       Line by line specification concordance statement.

               8.       Other requirements for inclusion in the technical proposal are located throughout
                        this specification.

       B.      Submit technical proposals with pricing in accordance with ―Instructions to Bidders‖.

               1.       Failure to submit technical proposal containing the information outlined above
                        will result in rejection of bidder’s proposal.

PART 2 – PRODUCTS

2.01   Materials:

       A.      All products used in this project installation shall be new and currently manufactured and
               shall have been applied in similar installations. Do not use this installation as a product
               test site unless explicitly approved in writing by Owner or Owner's representative. Spare
               parts shall be available for at least five years after completion of this contract.

2.02   Communication:

       A.      The design of the BMS shall support networking of operator workstations and Building
               Controllers. The network architecture shall consist of two levels, an Ethernet based
               primary network for all operator workstations, servers, and primary DDC controllers
               along with secondary Floor Level Networks (FLN) for terminal equipment application
               specific controllers.

       B.      Access to system data shall not be restricted by the hardware configuration of the
               building management system. The hardware configuration of the BMS network shall be
               totally transparent to the user when accessing data or developing control programs.

       C.      Operator Workstation Communication:



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            1.      All color graphic operator workstations shall reside on the Ethernet network and
                    the consoles shall be set up in a client/server configuration.

            2.      The servers will act as the central database for system graphics and databases to
                    provide consistency throughout all system workstations.

            3.      The network shall allow concurrent use of multiple BMS software site licenses.


      D.    Management Level Network Communication (MLN)

            1.      All PCs shall simultaneously direct connect to the Ethernet Management Level
                    Network without the use of an interposing device.

            2.      Operator Workstation shall be capable of simultaneous direct connection and
                    communication with BACnet/IP, OPC and TCP/IP corporate level networks
                    without the use of interposing devices.

            3.      The Management Level Network shall not impose a maximum constraint on the
                    number of operator workstations.

            4.      Any controller residing on the primary building level networks shall connect to
                    Ethernet network without the use of a PC or a gateway with a hard drive.

            5.      Any PC on the Management Level Network shall have transparent
                    communication with controllers on the building level networks connected via
                    Ethernet.

            6.      Any break in Ethernet communication from the PC to the controllers on the
                    building level networks shall result in a notification at the PC.

            7.      The standard client and server workstations on the Management Level Network
                    shall reside on industry standard Ethernet utilizing standard TCP/IP, IEEE
                    802.3.

            8.      System software applications will run as a service to allow communication with
                    Primary Network Controllers without the need for user log in. Closing the
                    application or logging off shall not prevent the processing of alarms, network
                    status, panel failures, and trend information.

            9.      Any break in Ethernet communication between the standard client and server
                    workstations on the Management Level Network shall result in a notification at
                    each workstation.

            10.     Access to the system database shall be available from any standard client
                    workstation on the Management Level Network.



      E.    Primary Network - Panel to Panel Communication:

            1.      All Building Controllers shall directly reside on the primary BACnet/IP Ethernet
                    network such that communications may be executed directly between Building




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                  Controllers, directly between server and Building Controllers on a peer-to-peer
                  basis.

            2.    Systems that operate via polled response or other types of protocols that rely on
                  a central processor, file server, or similar device to manage panel-to-panel or
                  device-to-device communications shall not be acceptable.

            3.    All operator interfaces shall have the ability to access all point status and
                  application report data or execute control functions for any and all other devices.
                  Access to data shall be based upon logical identification of building equipment.
                  No hardware or software limits shall be imposed on the number of devices with
                  global access to the network data.

            4.    The primary network shall use BACnet/IP over Ethernet. All devices must:

                  a.       Auto-sense 10/100 Mbps networks.

                  b.       Receive an IP Address from a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
                           (DHCP) Server or be configured with a Fixed IP Address.

                  c.       Resolve Name to IP Addresses for devices using a Domain Name
                           Service (DNS) Server on the Ethernet network.

                  d.       Allow MMI access to an individual Primary Network Controller using
                           industry standard Telnet software to view and edit entire Primary
                           Network.

            5.    The primary network shall provide the following minimum performance:

                  a.       Provide high-speed data transfer rates for alarm reporting, report
                           generation from multiple controllers and upload/download efficiency
                           between network devices. System performance shall insure that an
                           alarm occurring at any Building Controller is displayed at any PC
                           workstations, all Building controllers, and other alarm printers within
                           15 seconds.

                  b.       Message and alarm buffering to prevent information from being lost.

                  c.       Error detection, correction, and re-transmission to guarantee data
                           integrity.

                  d.       Synchronization of real-time clocks between Building Controllers,
                           including automatic daylight savings time corrections.

                  e.       The primary network shall allow the Building Controllers to access any
                           data from, or send control commands and alarm reports directly to, any
                           other Building Controller or combination of controllers on the network
                           without dependence upon a central or intermediate processing device.
                           Building Controllers shall send alarm reports to multiple operator
                           workstations without dependence upon a central or intermediate
                           processing device. The network shall also allow any Building controller
                           to access, edit, modify, add, delete, back up, restore all system point
                           database and all programs.




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                    f.      The primary network shall allow the Building Controllers to assign
                            password access and control priorities to each point individually. The
                            logon password (at any PC workstation or portable operator terminal)
                            shall enable the operator to monitor, adjust and control only the points
                            that the operator is authorized for. All other points shall not be
                            displayed at the PC workstation or portable terminal. (e.g. all base
                            building and all tenant points shall be accessible to any base building
                            operators, but only certain base building and tenant points shall be
                            accessible to tenant building operators). Passwords and priorities for
                            every point shall be fully programmable and adjustable.

                    g.      Devices containing custom programming must reside on the Primary
                            Network

      F.    Secondary Network – Application Specific Controller Communication:


            1.      Communication over the secondary network shall be BACnet MS/TP protocol.
                    [off]


            2.      Communication over the secondary network shall utilize a wireless MESH
                    topology based on an IEEE 802.15.4 network. Point to point communication
                    shall not be unacceptable. [off]

            3.      This level communication shall support a family of application specific
                    controllers for terminal equipment.

            4.      The Application Specific Controllers shall communicate bi-directionally with
                    the primary network through Building Controllers for transmission of global
                    data.

            5.      A maximum of 30 terminal equipment controllers may be configured on
                    individual secondary network trunks to insure adequate global data and alarm
                    response times.

      G.    Internet Based Communication: [off]

            1.      Web Based Operator Interface [APOGEE GO]

                    a.      The BMS shall provide a web based graphical interface that allows
                            users to access the BMS data via the Internet, extranet, or Intranet. The
                            interface shall use HTML based ASP pages to send and receive data
                            from the BMS to a web browser.

                    b.      A web server computer will be supplied. The web server shall use
                            Microsoft’s IIS server 4.0 with Windows NT4, or IIS 5.0 with
                            Windows 2000, and support browser access via Microsoft Internet
                            Explorer 5.0 (or higher), or Navigator Netscape 6.0 (or higher).

                    c.      All information exchanged over Internet shall be optionally encrypted
                            and secure via SSL (provided by Owner).

                    d.      Access to the web interface may be password protected. Users’ rights
                            and privileges to points and graphics will be the same as those assigned



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                          at the BMS workstation. An option will exist to only allow users
                          ―read‖ access via the web browser, while maintaining ―command‖
                          privileges via the BMS workstation.

                  e.      The web interface shall not require modification or creation of HTML
                          or ASP pages using an HTML editor. All graphics available at the
                          BMS graphical workstation shall be automatically generated to a web
                          server.

                  f.      The web based interface shall provide the following functionality to
                          users, based on their access and privilege rights:

                          1)       Logon Screen - allows the user to enter their name, password
                                   and domain name for logging into the web server.

                          2)       Alarm Display - a display of current BMS System alarms to
                                   which the user has access will be displayed. Users will be able
                                   to acknowledge and erase active alarms, and link to additional
                                   alarm information including alarm messages. Any alarm
                                   acknowledgments initiated through the web interface will be
                                   recorded to the BMS System activity log.

                          3)       Graphic Display - Display of system graphics, including
                                   animated motion, available in the BMS system workstation
                                   will be available for viewing over the web browser. Software
                                   that requires the creation of dedicated ―web‖ graphics in order
                                   to display the via the browser interface will not be acceptable.
                                   A graphic selector list will allow users to select any graphics
                                   to which they have access. Graphics displays will
                                   automatically refresh with the latest change of values. Users
                                   will have the ability to command and override points from the
                                   graphic display as determined by their user account rights.

                          4)       Point Details - users will have access to point detail
                                   information including operational status, operational priority,
                                   physical address, and alarm limits, for point objects to which
                                   they have access.

                          5)       Point Commanding - users will be able to override and
                                   command points they have access to via the web browser
                                   interface. Any commands or overrides initiated via the web
                                   browser interface will be written to the BMS system central
                                   workstation activity log.

                  g.      The web server licensing options will allow concurrent access by a
                          minimum of five (5) browser connections.

                  h.      Internet connections, ISP services, as well as necessary firewalls or
                          proxy servers shall be provided by the owner as required to support the
                          web access feature.

            2.    Terminal Services Operator Interface [off]

            3.    Client access to client-server workstation configurations over low-bandwidth
                  network technologies shall be available optionally via Windows Terminal



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                    Services or Web browser interface. Remote client access via Windows
                    Terminal Services shall provide multiple, independent sessions of the
                    workstations software – Terminal Services clients shall have workstation
                    software access, without the need to install the workstation software on the local
                    hard drive]

      H.    Remote Notification Paging System:     [off] [ID: 201]

            1.      Workstations shall be configured to send out messages to numeric pagers,
                    alphanumeric pagers, phones (via text to speech technology), SMS (Simple
                    Messaging Service, text messaging) Devices, and email accounts based on a
                    point's alarm condition.`

            2.      There shall be no limit to the number of points that can be configured for remote
                    notification of alarm conditions and no limit on the number of remote devices
                    which can receive messages from the system.

            3.      On a per point basis, system shall be configurable to send messages to an
                    individual or group and shall be configurable to send different messages to
                    different remote devices based on alarm message priority level.

            4.      Remote devices may be scheduled as to when they receive messages from the
                    system to account for operators' work schedules.

            5.      System must be configurable to send messages to an escalation list so that if the
                    first device does not respond, the message is sent on to the next device after a
                    configurable time has elapsed.

            6.      Message detail shall be configurable on a per user basis.

            7.      During a "flood" of alarms, remote notification messages shall have the ability
                    to optimize several alarms into an individual remote notification message.

            8.      Workstation shall have the ability to send manual messages allowing an operator
                    to type in a message to be sent immediately.

            9.      Workstation shall have a feature to send a heartbeat message to periodically
                    notify users that they have communication with the system.

      I.    Wireless Communications [off]

            1.      Wireless communications shall take place using modular wireless transceivers at
                    each device that eliminate the need for a physical network communication cable.

                    a.       The wireless transceiver shall utilize 2.4 GHz in the license free global
                             Industrial Scientific & Medical (ISM) band for greater bandwidth.

                    b.       The wireless transceiver shall be encased in a plenum-rated enclosure.
                             If the application dictates, the wireless transceiver shall be able to be
                             installed in a metal enclosure utilizing a remote mounted antenna.

                    c.       The wireless transceiver channel shall be factory set and capable of
                             being field set to a different channel if interference with IEEE 802.11
                             devices or other 2.4 GHz products is encountered.




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                        d.        The wireless transceiver shall be 24 VAC powered.

                        e.        The wireless transceiver shall give a visual indication that it is powered
                                  and communicating.

                        f.        The wireless transceiver shall have a field settable network identifier
                                  that allows multiple networks to occupy the same channel for
                                  maximum scalability.

2.03   Operator Interface:

       A.      Workstation hardware:

               1.       Personal computer operator workstations shall be provided for command entry,
                        information management, system monitor, alarm management and database
                        management functions. All real-time control functions shall be resident in the
                        Building Controllers to facilitate greater distribution, fault tolerance and
                        reliability of the building automation control.

                        a.        Provide workstation(s) of equal capability as located on plans.

                        b.        Workstation shall consist of a personal computer with minimum
                                  512MB RAM, hard drive with 80 GB available space, video card with
                                  64 MB RAM capable of supporting a minimum of 1280 × 1024
                                  resolution with a minimum of 32 Bit color, CD-RW, and DVD-ROM
                                  Drive, mouse and 101-key enhanced keyboard. Personal computer shall
                                  be a Windows XP, 2000 or comparable operating system and shall
                                  include a minimum 3.0 GHz Pentium processor.

                        c.        The PC monitor shall be of flat panel type and shall support a minimum
                                  display resolution of no less than 1280 × 1024 pixels. The display shall
                                  have a minimum of 17‖ visible area in diagonal measurement. Separate
                                  controls shall be provided for color, contrasts and brightness. The
                                  screen shall be non-reflective.

                        d.        Provide an Epson FX-870 or equivalent printer at each workstation
                                  location or on the network (Ethernet) for recording alarms, operator
                                  transactions and systems reports.

                        e.        Provide a color printer for printing of dynamic trend graph report,
                                  Excel reports, graphics and any other screen displays. Printer shall
                                  include as a minimum Okidata Microline 590 or equivalent.

                        f.        Alarm Display shall list the alarms with highest priority at the top of
                                  the display. The alarm display shall provide selector buttons for
                                  display of the associated point graphic and message. The alarm display
                                  shall provide a mechanism for the operator to sort alarms.

       B.      Server hardware:

               1.       The Server hardware shall be of equal or better capability as that of Workstation
                        and shall be equipped as follows.

                        a.        Locate server as located on plans.




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                    b.       Provide a minimum 2GB RAM, with two hard drives of 160 GB
                             available space each, with a RAID controller, a video card with 64 MB
                             RAM capable of supporting a minimum of 1280 × 1024 resolution
                             with a minimum of 32 Bit color, CD-RW, and DVD-ROM Drive,
                             mouse and 101-key enhanced keyboard. Server shall be a Windows
                             2003 or comparable operating system, and shall include a minimum 3.0
                             GHz Pentium processor.

                    c.       Provide a monitor of flat panel type and shall support a minimum
                             display resolution of no less than 1280 × 1024 pixels. The display shall
                             have a minimum of 17‖ visible area in diagonal measurement. Separate
                             controls shall be provided for color, contrasts and brightness. The
                             screen shall be non-reflective.


      C.    Operator Interface Software:

            1.      Basic Interface Description

                    a.       Operator interface software shall minimize operator training through
                             the use of user-friendly and interactive graphical applications, 30-
                             character English language point identification, on-line help, and
                             industry standard Windows application software. Interface software
                             shall simultaneously communicate with and share data between
                             Ethernet-connected building level networks.

                    b.       Provide a graphical user interface that shall minimize the use of
                             keyboard through the use of a mouse or similar pointing device, with a
                             "point and click" approach to menu selection and a ―drag and drop‖
                             approach to inter-application navigation.

                    c.       The navigation shall be user friendly by utilizing ―forward & back‖
                             capability between screens and embedded hyperlinks to open graphics,
                             documents, drawings, etc.

                    d.       Selection of applications within the operator interface software shall be
                             via a graphical toolbar menu – the application toolbar menu shall have
                             the option to be located in a docked position on any of the four sides of
                             the visible desktop space on the workstation display monitor, and the
                             option to automatically hide itself from the visible monitor workspace
                             when not being actively manipulated by the user.

                    e.       The software shall provide a multi-tasking type environment that
                             allows the user to run several applications simultaneously. BMS
                             software shall run on a Windows XP, 2000, or comparable 32 bit
                             operating system. System database parameters shall be stored within
                             an object-oriented database. Standard Windows applications shall run
                             simultaneously with the BMS software. The mouse or Alt-Tab keys
                             shall be used to quickly select and switch between multiple
                             applications. The operator shall be able to work in Microsoft Word,
                             Excel, and other Windows based software packages, while concurrently
                             annunciating on-line BMS alarms and monitoring information

                    f.       The software shall provide, as a minimum, the following functionality:




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                        1)    Real-time graphical viewing and control of the BMS
                              environment

                        2)    Reporting

                        3)    Scheduling and override of building operations

                        4)    Collection and analysis of historical data

                        5)    Point database editing, storage and downloading of controller
                              databases.

                        6)    Utility for combining points into logical Point Groups. The
                              Point Groups shall then be manipulated in Graphics, trend
                              graphs and reports in order to streamline the navigation and
                              usability of the system.

                        7)    Alarm reporting, routing, messaging, and acknowledgment

                        8)    ―Collapsible tree,‖ dynamic system architecture diagram
                              application:

                              a)       Showing the real-time status and definition details of
                                       all workstations and devices on a management level
                                       network

                              b)       Showing the real-time status and definition details of
                                       all Building Controllers at the Primary Network.

                              c)       Showing the definition details of all application
                                       specific controllers

                        9)    Definition and construction of dynamic color graphic displays.

                        10)   Online, context-sensitive help, including an index, glossary of
                              terms, and the capability to search help via keyword or phrase.

                        11)   On-screen access to User Documentation, via online help or
                              PDF-format electronic file.

                        12)   Automatic database backup at the operator interface for
                              database changes initiated at Building Controllers.

                        13)   Display dynamic trend data graphical plot.

                              a)       Must be able to run multiple plots simultaneously

                              b)       Each plot must be capable of supporting 10 pts/plot
                                       minimum

                              c)       Must be able to command points directly off dynamic
                                       trend plot application.

                              d)       Must be able to plot both real-time and historical
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                        14)      Program editing

                        15)      Transfer trend data to 3rd party spreadsheet software

                                 a)       Scheduling reports

                                 b)       Operator Activity Log

                                 c)       Open communications via OPC Server

                                 d)       Open communications via BACnet Client & Server

                  g.    Enhanced Functionality:

                        1)       Provide functionality such that any of the following may be
                                 performed simultaneously on-line, and in any combination, via
                                 adjustable user-sized windows. Operator shall be able to drag
                                 and drop information between the following applications,
                                 reducing the number of steps to perform a desired function
                                 (e.g., Click on a point on the alarm screen and drag it to the
                                 dynamic trend graph application to initiate a dynamic trend on
                                 the desired point):

                                 a)       Dynamic color graphics application

                                 b)       Alarm management application

                                 c)       Scheduling application

                                 d)       Dynamic trend graph data plotter application

                                 e)       Dynamic system architecture diagram application

                                 f)       Control Program and Point database editing
                                          applications

                                 g)       Reporting applications

                        2)       Report and alarm printing shall be accomplished via Windows
                                 Print Manager, allowing use of network printers.

                  h.    Security: Operator-specific password access protection shall be
                        provided to allow the administrator/manager to limit users’ workstation
                        control, display and data base manipulation capabilities as deemed
                        appropriate for each user, based upon an assigned password. Operator
                        privileges shall "follow" the operator to any workstation logged onto
                        (up to 999 user accounts shall be supported). The administrator or
                        manager shall be able to grant discrete levels of access and privileges,
                        per user, for each point, graphic, report, schedule, and BMS
                        workstation application. And each BMS workstation user account shall
                        use a Windows Operating System user account as a foundation.

                  i.    The operator interface software shall also include an application to
                        track the actions of each individual operator, such as alarm



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                        acknowledgement, point commanding, schedule overriding, database
                        editing, and logon/logoff. The application shall list each of the actions
                        in a tabular format, and shall have sorting capabilities based on
                        parameters such as ascending or descending time of the action, or name
                        of the object on which the action was performed. The application shall
                        also allow querying based on object name, operator, action, or time
                        range.

                  j.    Dynamic Color Graphics application shall include the following:

                        1)       Must include graphic editing and modifying capabilities

                        2)       A library of standard control application graphics and symbols
                                 must be included

                        3)       Must be able to command points directly off graphics
                                 application

                        4)       Graphic display shall include the ability to depict real-time
                                 point values dynamically with animation, picture/frame
                                 control, symbol association, or dynamic informational text-
                                 blocks

                        5)       Navigation through various graphic screens shall be optionally
                                 achieved through a hierarchical ―tree‖ structure

                        6)       Graphics viewing shall include zoom capabilities

                        7)       Graphics shall be capable of displaying the status of points
                                 that have been overridden by a field HAND switch, for points
                                 that have been designed to provide a field HAND override
                                 capability.

                        8)       Advanced linking within the Graphics application shall
                                 provide the ability to navigate to outside documents (e.g.,
                                 .doc, .pdf, .xls, etc.), Internet web addresses, e-mail, external
                                 programs, and other workstation applications, directly from
                                 the Graphics application window with a mouse-click on a
                                 customizable link symbol.

                  k.    Reports shall be generated on demand or via pre-defined schedule, and
                        directed to CRT displays, printers or file. As a minimum, the system
                        shall allow the user to easily obtain the following types of reports:

                        1)       A general listing of all or selected points in the network

                        2)       List of all points currently in alarm

                        3)       List of all points currently in override status

                        4)       List of all disabled points

                        5)       List of all points currently locked out

                        6)       List of user accounts and access levels



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                        7)      List all weekly schedules and events

                        8)      List of holiday programming

                        9)      List of control limits and deadbands

                        10)     Custom reports from 3rd party software

                        11)     System diagnostic reports including, list of Building panels on
                                line and communicating, status of all Building terminal unit
                                device points

                        12)     List of programs

                        13)     List of point definitions

                        14)     List of logical point groups

                        15)     List of alarm strategy definitions

                        16)     List of Building Control panels

                        17)     Point totalization report

                        18)     Point Trend data listings

                        19)     Initial Values report

                        20)     User activity report

                  l.    Scheduling and override

                        1)      Provide a calendar type format for simplification of time and
                                date scheduling and overrides of building operations.
                                Schedule definitions reside in the PC workstation and in the
                                Building Controller to ensure time equipment scheduling
                                when PC is off-line, PC is not required to execute time
                                scheduling. Provide override access through menu selection,
                                graphical mouse action or function key. Provide the following
                                capabilities as a minimum:

                                a)       Weekly schedules

                                b)       Zone schedules

                                c)       Event schedules – an event consists of logical
                                         combinations of equipment and/or zones

                                d)       Report schedules

                                e)       Ability to schedule for a minimum of up to ten (10)
                                         years in advance.

                        2)      Additionally, the scheduling application shall:



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                                a)       Provide filtering capabilities of schedules, based on
                                         name, time, frequency, and schedule type (event,
                                         zone, report)

                                b)       Provide sorting capabilities of schedules, based on
                                         name, time and type of schedule (zone, event, report)

                                c)       Provide searching capabilities of schedules based on
                                         name – with wildcarding options

                  m.    Collection and Analysis of Historical Data

                        1)      Provide trending capabilities that allow the user to easily
                                monitor and preserve records of system activity over an
                                extended period of time. Any system point may be trended
                                automatically at time-based intervals (up to four time-based
                                definitions per point) or change of value, both of which shall
                                be user-definable. Trend data shall be collected stored on hard
                                disk for future diagnostics and reporting. Automatic Trend
                                collection may be scheduled at regular intervals through the
                                same scheduling interface as used for scheduling of zones,
                                events, and reports. Additionally, trend data may be archived
                                to network drives or removable disk media for future retrieval.

                        2)      Trend data reports shall be provided to allow the user to view
                                all trended point data. Reports may be customized to include
                                individual points or predefined groups of selected points.
                                Provide additional functionality to allow predefined groups of
                                up to 250 trended points to be easily transferred on-line to
                                Microsoft Excel. BMS contractor shall provide custom
                                designed spreadsheet reports for use by the owner to track
                                energy usage and cost, equipment run times, equipment
                                efficiency, and/or building environmental conditions. BMS
                                contractor shall provide setup of custom reports including
                                creation of data format templates for monthly or weekly
                                reports.

                        3)      Provide additional functionality that allows the user to view
                                real-time trend data on trend graphical plot displays. A
                                minimum of ten points may be plotted, of either real-time or
                                historical data. The dynamic graphs shall continuously update
                                point values. At any time the user may redefine sampling
                                times or range scales for any point. In addition, the user may
                                pause the display and take "snapshots" of plot screens to be
                                stored on the workstation disk for future recall and analysis.
                                Exact point values may be viewed and the graphs may be
                                printed. A minimum of ten (10) dynamic graphs shall run
                                simultaneously. Operator shall be able to command points
                                directly on the trend plot by double clicking on the point.
                                Operator shall be able to zoom in on a specific time range
                                within a plot. The dynamic trend plotting application shall
                                support the following types of graphs, with option to graph in
                                3D: line graph, area graph, curve graph, area-curve graph,
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                                by the user, for graph type, graph text, titles, line styles and
                                weight, colors, and configurable x- and y-axes.

                  n.    Dynamic Color Graphic Displays

                        1)      Capability to create color graphic floor plan displays and
                                system schematics for each piece of mechanical equipment,
                                including, but not limited to, air handling units, chilled water
                                systems, hot water boiler systems, and room level terminal
                                units.

                        2)      The operator interface shall allow users to access the various
                                system schematics and floor plans via a graphical penetration
                                scheme, menu selection, point alarm association, or text-based
                                commands. Graphics software shall permit the importing of
                                Autocad or scanned pictures for use in the system.

                        3)      Dynamic temperature values, humidity values, flow values
                                and status indication shall be shown in their actual respective
                                locations within the system schematics or graphic floor plan
                                displays, and shall automatically update to represent current
                                conditions without operator intervention and without pre-
                                defined screen refresh rates.

                                a)       Provide the user the ability to display real-time point
                                         values by animated motion or custom picture control
                                         visual representation. Animation shall depict
                                         movement of mechanical equipment, or air or fluid
                                         flow. Picture Control shall depict various positions
                                         in relation to assigned point values or ranges. A
                                         library (set) of animation and picture control symbols
                                         shall be included within the operator interface
                                         software’s graphics application. Animation shall
                                         reflect, ON or OFF conditions, and shall also be
                                         optionally configurable for up to five rates of
                                         animation speed.

                                b)       Sizable analog bars shall be available for monitor and
                                         control of analog values; high and low alarm limit
                                         settings shall be displayed on the analog scale. The
                                         user shall be able to "click and drag" the pointer to
                                         change the setpoint.

                                c)       Provide the user the ability to display blocks of point
                                         data by defined point groups; alarm conditions shall
                                         be displayed by flashing point blocks.

                                d)       Equipment state or values can be changed by clicking
                                         on the associated point block or graphic symbol and
                                         selecting the new state (on/off) or setpoint.

                                e)       State text for digital points can be user-defined up to
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                        4)      Colors shall be used to indicate status and change as the status
                                of the equipment changes. The state colors shall be user
                                definable.

                        5)      Advanced linking within the Graphics application shall
                                provide the ability to navigate to outside documents (e.g.,
                                .doc, .pdf, .xls, etc.), Internet web addresses, e-mail, external
                                programs, and other workstation applications, directly from
                                the Graphics application window with a mouse-click on a
                                customizable link symbol.

                        6)      The Windows environment of the PC operator workstation
                                shall allow the user to simultaneously view several
                                applications at a time to analyze total building operation or to
                                allow the display of a graphic associated with an alarm to be
                                viewed without interrupting work in progress.

                        7)      Off the shelf graphic software shall be provided to allow the
                                user to add, modify or delete system graphic background
                                displays.

                        8)      A clipart library of HVAC application and automation
                                symbols shall be provided including fans, valves, motors,
                                chillers, AHU systems, standard ductwork diagrams and
                                laboratory symbols. The user shall have the ability to add
                                custom symbols to the clipart library. The clipart library shall
                                include a minimum of 400 application symbols. In addition, a
                                library consisting of a minimum of 700 graphic background
                                templates shall be provided.

                        9)      The Graphics application shall include a set of standard
                                Terminal Equipment controller application-specific
                                background graphic templates. Templates shall provide the
                                automatic display of a selected Terminal Equipment
                                controller’s control values and parameters, without the need to
                                create separate and individual graphic files for each controller.

                  o.    System Configuration & Definition

                        1)      A ―Collapsible tree,‖ dynamic system architecture
                                diagram/display application of the site-specific BMS
                                architecture showing status of controllers, PC workstations
                                and networks shall be provided. This application shall include
                                the ability to add and configure workstations, Building
                                Controllers, as well as 3rd-party integrated components.
                                Symbols/Icons representing the system architecture
                                components shall be user-configurable and customizable, and
                                a library of customized icons representing 3rd-party
                                integration solutions shall be included. This application shall
                                also include the functionality for real-time display,
                                configuration and diagnostics connections to Building
                                Controllers.

                        2)      Network wide control strategies shall not be restricted to a
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                               from any and all other network panels to allow the
                               development of Global control strategies.

                        3)     Provide automatic backup and restore of all Building
                               controller databases on the workstation hard disk. In addition,
                               all database changes shall be performed while the workstation
                               is on-line without disrupting other system operations.
                               Changes shall be automatically recorded and downloaded to
                               the appropriate Building Controller. Changes made at the
                               user-interface of Building Controllers shall be automatically
                               uploaded to the workstation, ensuring system continuity.

                        4)     System configuration, programming, editing, graphics
                               generation shall be performed on-line.

                        5)     Point database configuration shall be available to the user
                               within a dedicated point database editor application included
                               in the operator interface software. The editor shall allow the
                               user to create, view existing, modify, copy, and delete points
                               from the database.

                        6)     The point editor shall have the capability to assign
                               ―informational text‖ to points as necessary to provide critical
                               information about the equipment.

                        7)     The point editor shall also allow the user to configure the
                               alarm management strategy for each point. The editor shall
                               provide the option for editing the point database in an online
                               or offline mode with the Building Controllers.

                        8)     The operator interface software shall also provide the
                               capability to perform bulk modification of point definition
                               attributes to a single or multiple user-selected points. This
                               function shall allow the user to choose the properties to copy
                               from a selected point to another point or set of points. The
                               selectable attributes shall include, but are not limited to, Alarm
                               management definitions and Trend definitions.

                        9)     Control program configuration shall be available to the user
                               within a dedicated control program editor application included
                               in the operator interface software. The editor shall allow for
                               creation, modification and deletion of control programs. The
                               editor shall include a programming assistance feature that
                               interactively guides the user through parameters required to
                               generate a control program. The editor shall also include the
                               ability to automatically compile the program to ensure its
                               compatibility with the Building Controllers. The editor shall
                               provide the option for editing the control programs in an
                               online or offline mode, and also the ability to selectively
                               enable or disable the live program execution within the
                               Building Controllers.

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                        1)      Alarm Routing shall allow the user to send alarm notification
                                to selected printers or workstation location(s) based on time of
                                day, alarm severity, or point type.

                        2)      Alarm Notification shall be presented to each workstation in a
                                tabular format application, and shall include the following
                                information for each alarm point: name, value, alarm time &
                                date, alarm status, priority, acknowledgement information, and
                                alarm count. Each alarm point or priority shall have the
                                ability to sound a discrete audible notification.

                        3)      Alarm Display shall have the ability to list & sort the alarms
                                based on alarm status, point name, ascending or descending
                                alarm time.

                        4)      Directly from the Alarm Display, the user shall have the
                                ability to acknowledge, silence the alarm sound, print, or erase
                                each alarm. The interface shall also have the option to inhibit
                                the erasing of active acknowledged alarms, until they have
                                returned to normal status. The user shall also have the ability
                                to command, launch an associated graphic or trended
                                graphical plot, or run a report on a selected alarm point
                                directly on the Alarm Display.

                        5)      Each alarm point shall have a direct link from the Alarm
                                Display to further user-defined point informational data. The
                                user shall have the ability to also associate real-time electronic
                                annotations or notes to each alarm.

                        6)      Alarm messages shall be customizable for each point, or each
                                alarm priority level, to display detailed instructions to the user
                                regarding actions to take in the event of an alarm. Alarm
                                messages shall also have the optional ability to individually
                                enunciate on the workstation display via a separate pop-up
                                window, automatically being generated as the associated
                                alarm condition occurs. The system shall have the ability to
                                modify the priority text based on operator preference.

                        7)      Alarm Display application shall allow workstation operators to
                                send and receive real-time messages to each other, for
                                purposes of coordinating Alarm and BMS system
                                management.

                  q.    Remote notification of messages [off]

                        1)      Operator Interface software shall be configured to send out
                                messages to numeric pagers, alphanumeric pagers, phones (via
                                text to speech technology), SMS (Simple Messaging Service,
                                text messaging) Devices, and email accounts based on a
                                point’s alarm condition.

                        2)      There shall be no limit to the number of points that can be
                                configured for remote notification of alarm conditions and no
                                limit on the number of remote devices which can receive
                                messages from the system.



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                           3)       On a per point basis, system shall be configurable to send
                                    messages to an individual or group and shall be configurable
                                    to send different messages to different remote devices based
                                    on alarm message priority level.

                           4)       Remote devices may be scheduled as to when they receive
                                    messages from the system to account for operators’ work
                                    schedules.

                           5)       System must be configurable to send messages to an
                                    escalation list so that if the first device does not respond, the
                                    message is sent on to the next device after a configurable time
                                    has elapsed.

                           6)       Message detail shall be configurable on a per user basis.

                           7)       During a ―flood‖ of alarms, remote notification messages shall
                                    have the ability to optimize several alarms into an individual
                                    remote notification message.

                           8)       Workstation shall have the ability to send manual messages
                                    allowing an operator to type in a message to be sent
                                    immediately.

                           9)       Workstation shall have a feature to send a heartbeat message
                                    to periodically notify users that they have communication with
                                    the system.

      D.    PORTABLE OPERATOR'S TERMINAL (POT) [off]

            1.    Provide Notebook style industry standard, commercially available portable
                  operator terminals with a LCD display and a full-featured keyboard. The POT
                  shall be handheld and plug directly into all Building Controllers as described
                  below. Provide a user-friendly, English language-prompted interface for quick
                  access to system information, not codes requiring look-up charts.

            2.    Functionality of the portable operator's terminal connected at any Building
                  Controller:

                  a.       Access all Building Controllers and Application Specific Controllers
                           (ASCs) on the network.

                  b.       Backup and/or restore Building Controller data bases for all system
                           panels, not just the Building Controller connected to.

                  c.       Display all point, selected point and alarm point summaries.

                  d.       Display trending and totalization information.

                  e.       Add, modify and/or delete any existing or new system point.

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                          g.       Program and load custom control sequences as well as standard energy
                                   management programs.

                          h.       Acknowledge alarms

               3.         Functionality of the portable operator's terminal connected to any application
                          specific controller:

                          a.       Provide connection capability at either the Floor Level Network
                                   Controller or a related room sensor to access controller information.

                          b.       Provide status, setup and control reports.

                          c.       Modify, select and store controller data base.

                          d.       Command, change, and enable/disable any controller point.


               4.         Connection of a POT to a Building or ASC Controller shall not interrupt nor
                          interfere with normal network operation in any way, prevent alarms from being
                          transmitted or preclude centrally-initiated commands and system modification.

               5.         Portable operator terminal access to controller shall be password-controlled.
                          Password protection shall be configurable for each operator based on function,
                          points (designating areas of the facility), and edit/view capability.

       E.      WEB BASED OPERATOR INTERFACE [off]

               1.         Operator shall be able to access the field panel embedded Web server remotely
                          using MS Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher.

               2.         Internet connections, ISP services, as well as necessary firewalls or proxy
                          servers shall be provided by the Owner as required to support the web access
                          feature.

2.04   Building Controller Software

       A.      General:

               1.         Furnish the following applications software to form a complete operating system
                          for building and energy management as described in this specification.

               2.         The software programs specified in this Section shall be provided as an integral
                          part of Building Controllers and shall not be dependent upon any higher level
                          computer or another controller for execution.

               3.         All points, panels and programs shall be identified by a 30 character name. All
                          points shall also be identified by a 16 character point descriptor. The same
                          names shall be displayed at both Building Controller and the Operator Interface.

               4.         All digital points shall have a user defined two-state status indication with 8
                          characters minimum (e.g. Summer, Enabled, Disabled, Abnormal).

               5.         The Building Controller Software shall be capable of BACnet communications.
                          The BACnet Building Controller (B-BC) shall have demonstrated



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                  interoperability during at least one BTL Interoperability Workshop and shall
                  substantially conform to BACnet Building Controller (B-BC) device profile as
                  specified in ANSI/ASHRAE 135-2004, Annex L.

            6.    Building Controllers shall have the ability to perform energy management
                  routines including but not limited to time of day scheduling, calendar-based
                  scheduling, holiday scheduling, temporary schedule overrides, start stop time
                  optimization, automatic daylight savings time switch over, night setback control,
                  enthalpy switch over, peak demand limiting, temperature-compensated duty
                  cycling, heating / cooling interlock, supply temperature reset, priority load
                  shedding, and power failure restart.

            7.    The Building Controllers shall have the ability to perform the following pre
                  tested control algorithms:

                  a.       Two position control

                  b.       Proportional control

                  c.       Proportional plus integral control

                  d.       Proportional, integral, plus derivative control

                  e.       Automatic tuning of control loops

                  f.       Model-Free Adaptive Control

            8.    Each controller shall be provided with an interactive HELP function to assist
                  operators using POTs and remote connected operators.

            9.    Building Controllers shall not be succeptible to Microsoft Windows operating
                  systems based viruses. [off]




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      B.    System Security

            1.      User access shall be secured using individual security passwords and user
                    names.

            2.      Passwords shall restrict the user to the objects, applications, and system
                    functions as assigned by the system manager.


            3.      User Log On / Log Off attempts shall be recorded.

            4.      The system shall protect itself from unauthorized use by automatically logging
                    off following the last keystroke. The delay time shall be user-definable.

            5.      Use of workstation resident security as the only means of access control is not
                    an acceptable alternative to resident system security in the field panel.


      C.    User Defined Control Applications:

            1.      Controllers shall be able to execute custom, job-specific processes defined by
                    the user, to automatically perform calculations and special control routines.

            2.      It shall be possible to use any system measured point data or status, any system
                    calculated data, a result from any process, or any user-defined constant in any
                    controller in the system.

            3.      Any process shall be able to issue commands to points in any and all other
                    controllers in the system.

            4.      Processes shall be able to generate operator messages and advisories to other
                    operator I/O devices. A process shall be able to directly send a message to a
                    specified device or cause the execution of a dial-up connection to a remote
                    device such as a printer or pager.

            5.      Each controller shall support plain language text comment lines in the operating
                    program to allow for quick troubleshooting, documentation, and historical
                    summaries of program development.

            6.      Controller shall provide a HELP function key, providing enhanced context
                    sensitive on-line help with task oriented information from the user manual.

      D.    Alarm Management:

            1.      Alarm management shall be provided to monitor and direct alarm information to
                    operator devices. Each Building Controller shall perform distributed,
                    independent alarm analysis, minimize network traffic and prevent alarms from
                    being lost. At no time shall the Building Controllers ability to report alarms be
                    affected by either operator or activity at a PC workstation, local I/O device or
                    communications with other panels on the network.




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            2.      Conditional alarming shall allow generation of alarms based upon user defined
                    multiple criteria.

            3.      An Alarm ―shelving‖ feature shall be provided to disable alarms during testing.
                    (Pull the Plug, etc.).

            4.      Binary Alarms. Each binary object shall be set to alarm based on the operator-
                    specified state. Provide the capability to automatically and manually disable
                    alarming.

            5.      Analog Alarms. Each analog object shall have both high and low alarm limits.
                    Alarming must be able to be automatically and manually disabled.

            6.      All alarm or point change reports shall include the point's user defined language
                    description and the time and date of occurrence.

            7.      Alarm reports and messages shall be routed to user-defined list of operator
                    workstations, or other devices based on time and other conditions. An alarm
                    shall be able to start programs, print, be logged in the event log, generate custom
                    messages, and display graphics.

            8.      In addition to the point's descriptor and the time and date, the user shall be able
                    to print, display or store a 200 character alarm message to more fully describe
                    the alarm condition or direct operator response.

            9.      Each Building Controller shall be capable of storing a library of at least 50 alarm
                    messages. Each message may be assignable to any number of points in the
                    Controller.

            10.     Operator-selected alarms shall be capable of initiating a call to a remote operator
                    device.

      E.    Scheduling:

            1.      Provide a comprehensive menu driven program to automatically start and stop
                    designated multiple objects or events in the system according to a stored time.

            2.      Schedules shall reside in the building controller and shall not rely on external
                    processing or network.

            3.      It shall be possible to define a group of objects as a custom event (i.e. meeting,
                    athletic activity, etc.). Events can then be scheduled to operate all necessary
                    equipment automatically.

            4.      For points assigned to one common load group, it shall be possible to assign
                    variable time delays between each successive start and/or stop within that group.

            5.      The operator shall be able to define the following information:

                    a.       Time, day

                    b.       Commands such as on, off, auto, etc.

                    c.       Time delays between successive commands.




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                     d.        There shall be provisions for manual overriding of each schedule by an
                               authorized operator.

            6.       It shall be possible to schedule calendar-based events up to one year in advance
                     based on the following:

                     e.        Weekly Schedule. Provide separate schedules for each day of the week.
                               Each of these schedules should include the capability for start, stop,
                               optimal start, optimal stop, and night economizer. When a group of
                               objects are scheduled together as an Event, provide the capability to
                               adjust the start and stop times for each member.

                     f.        Exception Schedules. Provide the ability for the operator to designate
                               any day of the year as an exception schedule. Exception schedules may
                               be defined up to a year in advance. Once an exception schedule is
                               executed, it will be discarded and replaced by the standard schedule for
                               that day of the week.




      F.    Automatic Daylight Savings Time Switchover: The system shall provide automatic time
            adjustment for switching to/from Daylight Savings Time.

      G.    Night setback control. The system shall provide the ability to automatically adjust
            setpoints for night control.

      H.    Enthalpy switchover (economizer). The Building Controller Software (BCS) shall control
            the position of the air handler relief, return, and outside air dampers. If the outside air dry
            bulb temperature falls below changeover set point the BCS will modulate the dampers to
            provide 100 percent outside air. The user will be able to quickly changeover to an
            economizer system based on dry bulb temperature and will be able to override the
            economizer cycle and return to minimum outside air operation at any time.

      I.    Loop Control. A Model-Free Adaptive Control algorithm or alternatively a PID
            (proportional-integral-derivative) closed-loop control algorithm with direct or reverse
            action and anti-windup shall be supplied. The algorithm shall calculate a time-varying
            analog value that is used to position an output or stage a series of outputs. The controlled
            variable, set point, and weighting parameters shall be user-selectable.

      J.    Sequencing. Provide application software based upon the sequences of operation
            specified to properly sequence equipment.

      K.    Staggered Start:

            1.       This application shall prevent all controlled equipment from simultaneously
                     restarting after a power outage. The order in which equipment (or groups of




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                     equipment) is started, along with the time delay between starts, shall be user
                     definable.

            2.       Upon the resumption of power, each Building Controller shall analyze the status
                     of all controlled equipment, compare it with normal occupancy scheduling and
                     turn equipment on or off as necessary to resume normal operations.

      L.    Totalization:

            1.       Run-Time Totalization. Building Controllers shall automatically accumulate and
                     store run-time hours for all digital input and output points. A high runtime alarm
                     shall be assigned, if required, by the operator.

            2.       Consumption totalization. Building Controllers shall automatically sample,
                     calculate and store consumption totals on a daily, weekly or monthly basis for
                     all analog and digital pulse input type points.

            3.       Event totalization. Building Controllers shall have the ability to count events
                     such as the number of times a pump or fan system is cycled on and off. Event
                     totalization shall be performed on a daily, weekly or monthly basis for all points.
                     The event totalization feature shall be able to store the records associated with
                     events before reset.

      M.    Data Collection:

            1.       A variety of historical data collection utilities shall be provided to manually or
                     automatically sample, store, and display system data for all points.

            2.       Building Controllers shall store point history data for selected analog and digital
                     inputs and outputs:

                     a.        Any point, physical or calculated may be designated for trending. Any
                               point, regardless of physical location in the network, may be collected
                               and stored in each Building Controllers point group.



            3.       Trend data shall be stored at the Building Controllers and uploaded to the
                     workstation when retrieval is desired. Uploads shall occur based upon either
                     user-defined interval, manual command or when the trend buffers are full. All
                     trend data shall be available for use in 3rd party personal computer applications.

            4.       Loop Tuning. Building Controllers shall also provide high resolution sampling
                     capability for verification of DDC control loop performance. Documented
                     evidence of tuned control loop performance shall be provided on a <monthly,
                     seasonal, quarterly, annual> period.

                     a.        For Model-Free Adaptive Control loops, evidence of tuned control loop
                               performance shall be provided via graphical plots or trended data logs.
                               Graphical plots shall minimally include depictions of setpoint, process
                               variable (output), and control variable (e.g., temperature). Other
                               parameters that may influence loop control shall also be included in the
                               plot (e.g., fan on/off, mixed-air temp).




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                        b.        For PID control loops, operator-initiated automatic and manual loop
                                  tuning algorithms shall be provided for all operator-selected PID
                                  control loops. Evidence of tuned control loop performance shall be
                                  provided via graphical plots or trended data logs for all loops.

                              1) In automatic mode, the controller shall perform a step response test
                                 with a minimum one-second resolution, evaluate the trend data,
                                 calculate the new PID gains and input these values into the selected
                                 LOOP statement.

                              2) Loop tuning shall be capable of being initiated either locally at the
                                 Building Controller, from a network workstation or remotely using
                                 dial-in modems. For all loop tuning functions, access shall be limited to
                                 authorized personnel through password protection.


2.05   Building Controllers


       A.      Building Controllers shall be 32 bit, multi-tasking, multi-user, real-time 48 MHz digital
               control processors consisting of modular hardware with plug-in enclosed processors,
               communication controllers, power supplies and input/output point modules. Controller
               size shall be sufficient to fully meet the requirements of this specification and the
               attached point list.

       B.      Each Building Controller shall support a minimum of 3 directly connected Secondary
               Networks.

       C.      Each Building Controller shall have sufficient memory, a minimum of 72 megabyte, to
               support its own operating system and databases, including control processes, energy
               management applications, alarm management applications, historical/trend data for points
               specified, maintenance support applications, custom processes, operator I/O, and dial-up
               communications.

       D.      Building Controller shall have an integral real-time clock.

       E.      Each Building Controller shall support firmware upgrades without the need to change
               hardware.

       F.      Each Building Controller shall support:

               1.       Monitoring of industry standard analog and digital inputs, without the addition
                        of equipment outside the Building Controller cabinet.

               2.       Monitoring of industry standard analog and digital outputs, without the addition
                        of equipment outside the Building Controller cabinet.

       G.      Spare Point Capacity. Each Building Controller shall have a minimum of 10 percent
               spare point capacity.

               1.       The type of spares shall be in the same proportion as the implemented I/O
                        functions of the panel, but in no case shall there be less than one spare of each
                        implemented I/O type.




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            2.       Provide all processors, power supplies, and communication controllers so that
                     the implementation of adding a point to the spare point location only requires
                     the addition of the appropriate:

                     3.       Expansion modules

                     4.       Sensor/actuator

                     5.       Field wiring/tubing.

      H.    Serial Communication. Building Controllers shall provide at least two EIA-232C serial
            data communication ports for operation of operator I/O devices such as industry standard
            printers, operator terminals, and portable laptop operator's terminals. Building
            Controllers shall allow temporary use of portable devices without interrupting the normal
            operation of permanently connected printers or terminals.


      I.    I/O Status and Indication. Building Controllers shall provide local LED status indication
            for each digital input and output for constant, up-to-date verification of all point
            conditions without the need for an operator I/O device. Graduated intensity LEDs or
            analog indication of value shall also be provided for each analog output. All wiring
            connections shall be made to field-removable terminals.

      J.    Self Diagnostics. Each Building Controller shall continuously perform self diagnostics,
            communication diagnosis, and diagnosis of all panel components. The Building
            Controller shall provide both local and remote annunciation of any detected component
            failures, low battery conditions or repeated failure to establish communication for any
            system.

      K.    Power loss. In the event of the loss of power, there shall be an orderly shutdown of all
            Building Controllers to prevent the loss of database or operating system software. Non-
            volatile memory shall be incorporated for all critical controller configuration data and
            battery backup shall be provided to support the real-time clock and all volatile memory
            for a minimum of 100 hours.

      L.    Environment.


            1.       Controller hardware shall be suitable for the anticipated ambient conditions.

            2.       Controllers used outdoors and/or in wet ambient conditions shall be mounted
                     within waterproof enclosures and shall be rated for operation at 0°C to 49°C
                     (32°F to 120°F).

            3.       Controllers used in conditioned space shall be mounted in dust-proof enclosures
                     and shall be rated for operation at 0°C to 49°C (32°F to 120°F).

      M.    Immunity to power and noise.

            1.       Controller shall be able to operate at 90% to 110% of nominal voltage rating and
                     shall perform an orderly shutdown below 80% nominal voltage.

            2.       Operation shall be protected against electrical noise of 5 to 120 Hz and from
                     keyed radios up to 5 W at 1 m (3 ft).




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               3.         Isolation shall be provided at all primary network terminations, as well as all
                          field point terminations to suppress induced voltage transients consistent with:

                          6.       RF-Conducted Immunity (RFCI) per ENV 50141 (IEC 1000-4-6) at 3
                                   V

                          7.       Electro Static Discharge (ESD) Immunity per EN 61000-4-2 (IEC
                                   1000-4-2) at 8 kV air discharge, 4 kV contact

                          8.       Electrical Fast Transient (EFT) per EN 61000-4-4 (IEC 1000-4-4) at
                                   500 V signal, 1 kV power

                          9.       Output Circuit Transients per UL 864 (2,400V, 10A, 1.2 Joule max)

               4.         Isolation shall be provided at all Building Controller’s AC input terminals to
                          suppress induced voltage transients consistent with:

                          a.       IEEE Standard 587 1980

                          b.       UL 864 Supply Line Transients

                          c.       Voltage Sags, Surge, and Dropout per EN 61000-4-11 (EN 1000-4-11)


       N.      Minimum Approved Building Controllers. BMS Contractors shall furnish Building
               Controllers as listed below. Providing an approved controller does not release the
               contractor from meeting all performance, software and hardware specifications for
               Building Controllers and system operations.

               1.         Siemens Building Technologies Inc. - Modular Building/Equipment Controllers
                          (MBC/MEC).

               2.         Johnson Controls Inc., Metasys Extended Architecture- (with NAE-55 and DX-
                          9100s mounted in a common enclosure as a DDC panel).

               3.         Honeywell, EBI Automation System (with ILON 1000 and XL5000 in a
                          common enclosure as a DDC panel).

               4.         [User Definable]


2.06   Application Specific Controllers (ASC)


       A.      General:

               1.         Provide for control of each piece of equipment , including, but not limited to the
                          following:

                          a.       Variable Air Volume (VAV ) boxes [off]

                          b.       Constant Air Volume (CAV) boxes [off]

                          c.       Reheat Coils (RH) [off]




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                  d.       Fan Coil Units (FCU) [off]

                  e.       Fan Powered Boxes (FPB) [off]

                  f.       Unit Conditioners [off]

                  g.       Heat Pumps [off]

                  h.       Unit Ventilators [off]

                  i.       Room Pressurization [off]

                  j.       Supplemental AC units [off]

                  k.       Digital Energy Monitors [off]

            2.    Each Building Controller shall be able to communicate with application specific
                  controllers (ASCs) over the Secondary Network to control terminal equipment
                  only.

            3.    The use of Secondary Network controllers with custom program applications to
                  control AHU’s, water systems, etc. is not acceptable.

            4.    Each ASC shall operate as a stand-alone controller capable of performing its
                  specified control responsibilities independently of other controllers in the
                  network. Each ASC shall be a microprocessor-based, multi-tasking, real-time
                  digital control processor.

            5.    Each ASC shall include all point inputs and outputs necessary to perform the
                  specified control sequences. The ASC shall accept input and provide output
                  signals that comply with industry standards. Controllers utilizing proprietary
                  control signals shall not be acceptable. Outputs utilized either for two-state,
                  modulating floating, or proportional control, allowing for additional system
                  flexibility.

            6.    Space Temperature Sensors. Each controller performing space temperature
                  control shall be provided with a matching room temperature sensor.


                  a.       Wired Sensor specifications. The sensor may be either RTD or
                           thermistor type providing the following.

                           1)       Accuracy:                            + .5 F

                           2)       Operating Range:                     35 to 115 F

                           3)       Set Point Adjustment Range:          55 to 95 F

                           4)       Calibration Adjustments:             None required

                           5)       Installation:               Up to 100 ft. from controller

                           6)       Auxiliary Communications Port:       as required

                           7)       Local LCD Temperature Display: as required



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                          8)       Set Point Adjustment Dial           as required

                          9)       Occupancy Override Switch           as required




                  b.      Set Point Modes:

                          1)       Independent Heating, Cooling

                          2)       Night Setback-Heating

                          3)       Night Setback-Cooling

                  c.      Auxiliary Communication Port. Each room temperature sensor shall
                          include a terminal jack integral to the sensor assembly. The terminal
                          jack shall be used to connect a portable operator's terminal to control
                          and monitor all hardware and software points associated with the
                          controller. RS-232 communications port shall allow the operator to
                          query and modify operating parameters of the local room terminal unit
                          from the portable operator’s terminal.

                  d.      LCD Display. Interactive, two- line liquid crystal display shall allow
                          the operator to query and modify operating parameters of the local
                          room terminal unit from the room sensor. The display shall indicate the
                          space temperature and associated ASC point when not being used to
                          query or modify operating parameters.

                  e.      Set Point Adjustment Dial. The set point adjustment dial shall allow for
                          modification of the temperature by the building operators. Set point
                          adjustment may be locked out, overridden, or limited as to time or
                          temperature through software by an authorized operator at any central
                          workstation, Building Controller, room sensor two-line display, or via
                          the portable operator's terminal.

                  f.      Override Switch. An override switch shall initiate override of the night
                          setback mode to normal (day) operation when activated by the
                          occupant and enabled by building operators. The override shall be
                          limited to two (2) hours (adjustable.) The override function may be
                          locked out, overridden, or limited through software by an authorized
                          operator at the operator interface, Building Controller, room sensor
                          two-line display or via the portable operator's terminal.


            7.    Communication. Each controller shall perform its primary control function
                  independent of other Secondary Network communication, or if Secondary
                  Network communication is interrupted. Reversion to a fail-safe mode of
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            8.    Control Algorithms. The controller shall receive its real-time data from the
                  Building Controller time clock to insure Secondary Network continuity. Each
                  controller shall include algorithms incorporating proportional, integral and
                  derivative (PID) gains for all applications. All PID gains and biases shall be
                  field-adjustable by the user via room sensor LCD or the portable operator’s
                  terminal as specified herein. Controllers that incorporate proportional and
                  integral (PI) control algorithms only shall not be acceptable.

            9.    Control Applications. Operating programs shall be field-selectable for specific
                  applications. In addition, specific applications may be modified to meet the
                  user's exact control strategy requirements, allowing for additional system
                  flexibility. Controllers that require factory changes of all applications are not
                  acceptable.

            10.   Calibration. Each controller shall include provisions for manual and automatic
                  calibration of the differential pressure transducer in order to maintain stable
                  control and insuring against drift over time.

                  a.       Manual calibration may be accomplished by either commanding the
                           actuator to 0% via the POT or by depressing the room sensor override
                           switch. Calibration of the transducer at the controller location shall not
                           be necessary

                  b.       Calibration shall be accomplished by stroking the terminal unit damper
                           actuator to a 0% position so that a 0 CFM air volume reading is sensed.
                           The controller shall automatically accomplish this whenever the system
                           mode switches from occupied to unoccupied or vice versa.

                  c.       Calibration shall be accomplished by zeroing out the pressure sensor
                           and holding damper at last known position until calibration is complete.
                           The controller shall automatically accomplish this whenever the system
                           mode switches from occupied to unoccupied or vice versa.

            11.   Memory.

                  a.       Provide each ASC with sufficient memory to accommodate point
                           databases, operating programs, local alarming and local trending. All
                           databases and programs shall be stored in non-volatile EEPROM,
                           EPROM and PROM, or minimum of 72-hour battery backup shall be
                           provided. The controllers shall be able to return to full normal
                           operation without user intervention after a power failure of unlimited
                           duration.

                  b.       Upon replacement, new ASCs shall recover control function and site
                           specific defaults automatically and resume normal operation.

            12.   Power Supply. The ASCs shall be powered from a 24 VAC source and shall
                  function normally under an operating range of 18 to 28 VAC, allowing for
                  power source fluctuations and voltage drops. Power supply for the ASC must be
                  rated at a minimum of 125% of ASC power consumption and shall be of the
                  fused or current limiting type. The BMS contractor shall provide 24 VAC power
                  to the terminal units by utilizing:




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                    a.       The existing line voltage power trunk and installing separate isolation
                             transformers for each controller

                    b.       Dedicated line voltage power source and isolation transformers at a
                             central location and installing 24VAC power trunk to supply multiple
                             ASCs in the area.


            13.     Environment. The controllers shall function normally under ambient conditions
                    of 32 to 122 F (0 to 50 C) and 10% to 95%RH (non-condensing). Provide each
                    controller with a suitable cover or enclosure to protect the circuit board
                    assembly.

            14.     Immunity to noise. Operation shall be protected against electrical noise of 5-120
                    Hz and from keyed radios up to 5 W at 1 m (3 ft).

            15.     Manufacturer Installed Controls.

                    a.       BMS manufacturer shall furnish ASC and actuator for factory
                             mounting to equipment manufacturer.

                    b.       Cost of factory mounting shall be borne by equipment manufacturer.

                    c.       For VAV terminals, equipment manufacturer shall provide and install
                             flow-cross sensor, 24 Vac transformer, controls enclosure, fan relay,
                             SCR and factory install, wire and tube ASC controller and actuator.

                    d.       Fan powered VAV terminals shall be equipped with a fan speed
                             controller and relay to change summer and winter speed set point.

      B.    Controllers for VAV terminals. [off]

            1.      All VAV terminal control applications shall be field-selectable such that a single
                    controller may be used in conjunction with any of the above types of terminal
                    units to perform the specified sequences of control. ASC’s that require factory
                    application changes are not acceptable. The VAV terminal ASC shall support
                    the following types of pressure independent terminal boxes as a minimum:

                    a.       VAV cooling only

                    b.       VAV with hot water or electric reheat

                    c.       Fan-powered VAV

                    d.       Fan-powered VAV with hot water or electric reheat

            2.      The controller shall include a differential pressure transducer that shall connect
                    to the terminal unit manufacturer's standard averaging air velocity sensor to
                    measure the average differential pressure in the duct. The controller shall
                    convert this value to actual air flow. Single point air velocity sensing is not
                    acceptable. The differential pressure transducer shall have a measurement
                    range of 0 to 4000 fpm (0 to 20.4 m/s) and measurement accuracy of +5% at 400
                    to 4000 fpm (2 to 20 m/s), insuring primary air flow conditions shall be
                    controlled and maintained to within +5% of Set point at the specified




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                     parameters. The BMS contractor shall provide the velocity sensor if required to
                     meet the specified functionality.

      C.    Controllers for CV terminals. [off]

            1.       Constant volume ASCs shall meet all requirements of paragraphs as previously
                     specified for VAV terminals. The controllers shall have a minimum and
                     maximum flow set point, which shall be selected based on interior ventilation
                     requirements. Under normal conditions, the set point shall be set to minimum
                     set point. When the floor area requires additional ventilation (high CO2 level,
                     manual command, etc.) the set point shall be set to maximum set point.

      D.    Controllers for Fan Powered Boxes (FPB) terminals. [off]

            1.       FPB ASCs shall monitor the primary air and return air flows with separate flow
                     sensors and sum the flows to read total air flow.

            2.       The ASC shall have the capability to control the speed of the fan speed through
                     the BMS system.

            3.       Each controller performing space heating control shall incorporate an algorithm
                     allowing for modulation of a hot water reheat valve or cycling up to three (3)
                     stages of electric reheat via an SCR to satisfy space heating requirements. Each
                     controller shall also incorporate an algorithm that allows for resetting of the
                     associated air handling unit discharge temperature if required to satisfy space
                     cooling requirements. This algorithm shall function to signal the respective
                     Building Controller to perform the required discharge temperature reset in order
                     to maintain space temperature cooling set point.

      E.    Controllers for Supplemental AC Units. [off]

            1.       Supplemental AC unit ASCs shall meet all requirements of paragraphs as
                     previously specified for VAV terminal ASCs except for velocity/cfm control.

      F.    Digital Energy Monitors: [off]

            1.       Provide three phase digital Watt-meters with pre-wired current transmitters.
                     (CT) All Watt-meter electronics shall be housed within the CTs. CTs shall
                     include sizes capable of mounting directly on a power bus. Diagnostics visible
                     to the installing electrician (without an operator tool) shall indicate: proper
                     operation, defective wiring or low power-factor, device malfunction, and over-
                     load condition. The meters shall include the following:

            2.       The device shall be UL Listed, and shall comply with ANSI C12.1 accuracy
                     specification. The minimum CT/meter combined accuracy shall be no greater
                     than 1% of reading over the range of 5% to 100% of rated load. The meter
                     shall not require calibration

            3.       The Watt-meter shall directly connect to power from 208 through 480 with no
                     potential transformer. In-line fuses for each voltage tap phase shall be included.

                     a.       The Watt-meter CTs shall be split-core and at minimum be sized to
                              accommodate loads ranging from 100 to 2400 Amps. The CTs shall be
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                        b.       The Watt-meter shall reside directly on the Secondary Network along
                                 with other Secondary Network devices. Data transferred shall include:

                                 1)       kW & kWh
                                 2)       Consumption
                                 3)       Demand
                                 4)       Power Factor
                                 5)       Current
                                 6)       Voltage
                                 7)       Apparent Power
                                 8)       Reactive Power


2.07   Input/Output Interface:

       A.      Hardwired inputs and outputs may tie into the system through building or application
               specific controllers.

       B.      All input points and output points shall be protected such that shorting of the point to
               itself, to another point, or to ground will cause no damage to the controller. All input and
               output points shall be protected from voltage up to 24 V of any duration, such that
               contact with this voltage will cause no damage to the controller.

       C.      Binary inputs shall allow the monitoring of On/Off signals from remote devices. The
               binary inputs shall provide a wetting current of at least 12 mA to be compatible with
               commonly available control devices and shall be protected against the effects of contact
               bounce and noise. Binary inputs shall sense ―dry contact‖ closure without external power
               (other than that provided by the controller) being applied.

       D.      Pulse accumulation input objects. This type of object shall conform to all the
               requirements of binary input objects and also accept up to 10 pulses per second for pulse
               accumulation.

       E.      Analog inputs shall allow the monitoring of low-voltage (0 to 10 VDC), current (4 to 20
               mA), or resistance signals (thermistor, RTD). Analog inputs shall be compatible with—
               and field configurable to— commonly available sensing devices.

       F.      Binary outputs shall provide for On/Off operation or a pulsed low-voltage signal for
               pulse width modulation control. Binary outputs on building and custom application
               controllers shall have three-position (On/Off/Auto) override switches and status lights.
               Outputs shall be selectable for either normally open or normally closed operation.

       G.      Analog outputs shall provide a modulating signal for the control of end devices. Outputs
               shall provide either a 0 to 10 VDC, 4 to 20 mA or 0-20 PSI signal as required to provide
               proper control of the output device. Analog outputs on building or custom application
               controllers shall have status lights and a two-position (AUTO/MANUAL) switch and
               manually adjustable potentiometer for manual override. Analog outputs shall not exhibit
               a drift of greater than 0.4% of range per year.

       H.      Tri-State Outputs. Provide tri-state outputs (two coordinated binary outputs) for control
               of three-point floating type electronic actuators without feedback. Use of three-point
               floating devices shall be limited to zone control and terminal unit control applications
               (VAV terminal units, duct-mounted heating coils, zone dampers, radiation, etc.). Control
               algorithms shall run the zone actuator to one end of its stroke once every 24 hours for
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       I.      System Object Capacity. The system size shall be expandable to at least twice the number
               of input/ output objects required for this project. Additional controllers (along with
               associated devices and wiring) shall be all that is necessary to achieve this capacity
               requirement. The operator interfaces installed for this project shall not require any
               hardware additions or software revisions in order to expand the system.

2.08   Power Supplies and Line Filtering

       A.      Control transformers shall be UL listed. Furnish Class 2 current-limiting type or furnish
               over-current protection in both primary and secondary circuits for Class 2 service in
               accordance with NEC requirements. Limit connected loads to 80% of rated capacity.

       B.      DC power supply output shall match output current and voltage requirements. Unit shall
               be full-wave rectifier type with output ripple of 5.0 mV maximum peak-to-peak.
               Regulation shall be 1.0% line and load combined, with 100-microsecond response time
               for 50% load changes. Unit shall have built-in over-voltage and over-current protection
               and shall be able to withstand a 150% current overload for at least three seconds without
               trip-out or failure.

               1.       Unit shall operate between 0°C and 50°C (32°F and 120°F). EM/RF shall meet
                        FCC Class B and VDE 0871 for Class B and MILSTD 810C for shock and
                        vibration.

               2.       Line voltage units shall be UL recognized and CSA approved.

       C.      Power line filtering.

               1.       Provide transient voltage and surge suppression for all workstations and
                        controllers either internally or as an external component. Surge protection shall
                        have the following at a minimum:

                        a.         Dielectric strength of 1000 volts minimum

                        b.         Response time of 10 nanoseconds or less

                        c.         Transverse mode noise attenuation of 65 dB or greater

                        d.         Common mode noise attenuation of 150 dB or better at 40 Hz to 100
                                   Hz.

2.09   Auxiliary Control Devices

       A.      GENERAL

               1.       Specified in this section are the following hard wired input/output devices
                        connected to the Building Controller or ASC.

                        a.         Automatic Dampers
                        b.         Fire/Smoke Dampers
                        c.         Electric Damper Actuators
                        d.         Pneumatic Damper/valve Actuators
                        e.         Motorized Isolation Valves
                        f.         Ball Valves
                        g.         Automatic Control Valves



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                  h.       Airflow Measuring Stations
                  i.       Binary Temperature Devices
                  j.       Temperature Sensors
                  k.       Dew Point/Humidity Sensors
                  l.       Pressure Sensors
                  m.       Water Differential Pressure Sensors
                  n.       Differential Pressure Switches
                  o.       Analog Water Level Sensors
                  p.       Water Leak Detection Systems
                  q.       Audio/Visual Alarm Units
                  r.       Fuel Oil Meters
                  s.       Water BTU Meters
                  t.       Vortex Shedding Flow Meters
                  u.       Indoor Air Quality (CO2/VOC) Space Sensors
                  v.       Relays
                  w.       Override Timers
                  x.       Current Transformers
                  y.       Voltage Transmitters
                  z.       Voltage Transformers
                  aa.      Power Monitors
                  bb.      Current Switches
                  cc.      Pressure Electric Switches
                  dd.      Electro-pneumatic Transducers
                  ee.      Local Control panels
                  ff.      Local User Display

            2.    Specified in this section are the following devices connected to the BMS using
                  serial communication.

                  a.       Water BTU Meters
                  b.       Variable Frequency Drives (VFD)
                  c.       Indoor Air Quality (CO2/VOC) Space Sensors
                  d.       Power Monitors
                  e.       [User Defined]


      B.    AUTOMATIC DAMPERS

            1.    Dampers shall have 13 gauge galvanized frames of not less than 3" in width and
                  blades of 14 gauge, equivalent thickness, galvanized steel roll formed airfoil
                  type for low pressure drop and low noise generation and shall be adequately
                  braced to from a rigid assembly where required in galvanized duct work.
                  Dampers shall have blades not more 8" wide. Linkage and hardware shall be
                  zinc plated steel and shall be concealed out of airstream within the damper
                  frame. Damper blades and rods shall be installed in horizontal position.

            2.    In copper, aluminum and stainless steel duct work, damper material shall match
                  the duct work material.

            3.    All dampers shall be of the proportioning or opposed blade type, and shall be
                  motor operated. Dampers shall have continuous elastomer or stainless steel stops
                  to avoid leakage. Bearings shall be corrosion resistant oil tight stainless steel
                  sleeve type. All dampers shall be provided with continuous 3 16 x          closed
                  cell neoprene gasket around perimeter of the frame and at interlocking blade
                  edges to form an air tight seal. Blade seals shall be suitable for -76 F to 350F



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                    mechanically locked into blade edge. Adhesive of clip on type are not
                    acceptable. Axles shall be square or hexagonal positively locked into damper
                    blade. Linkage shall be concealed out of airstream within the damper blade.

            4.      All dampers shall be constructed to provide a maximum leakage of 3-1/2%, with
                    an approach velocity of 1500 fpm when closed against a pressure of 4 inches of
                    water. Submit leakage and flow characteristic data for all dampers.

            5.      All outside air dampers, with the exception of the emergency generator dampers,
                    shall automatically close in the event of a loss of power. Dampers on emergency
                    generators shall automatically open on a loss of power.

            6.      All smoke dampers shall be constructed in accordance with UL standard 555S.

            7.      Dampers shall be Ruskin Model CD60, Imperial Model 800 or approved equal.

      C.    FIRE/SMOKE DAMPERS

            1.      Dampers shown on drawings designated as ―F SM‖ shall comply with the
                    following. They shall have a U.L. label. Dampers shall be pneumatically
                    operated combination fire and smoke Ruskin, Imperial or approved equal,
                    provided with factory installed U.L. rated full sleeves. Provide air foil or ―V‖
                    blade damper blades supported with shafts and stainless steel bearings to allow
                    daily operation. Provide intermediate supports and bearings for damper blades
                    more than 36‖ long. They shall conform to UL Standard 555 and 555S as
                    leakage rated dampers in smoke control systems when closed shall be the
                    equivalent of a 1-1/2 hour fire damper. Leakage shall conform to Class 2 with
                    maximum leakage of 10 CFM Sq. Ft. at 1‖ W.G. Damper actuators shall be
                    provided with position indicator switches to enable remote status of open or
                    closed positions (only those dampers designated in the electrical trade plans and
                    specifications will be provided with position switches and will be wired for
                    remote status and remote open/closed operation, but all dampers will be
                    provided with position indicators for possible future use). Note that dampers
                    which are controlled from a central fire command station shall be provided with
                    a 212∘ F heat sensor with normally closed contacts (manual reset) to close and
                    lock damper if open. Additionally, dampers shall be factory equipped with a
                    second normally closed heat sensor correlating to the operator/actuator
                    degradation temperature classification (250∘ F to 350∘ F, depending on actuator
                    utilized). The second sensor is wired through a manual override switch on the
                    central fire command station. Dampers which are not controlled from a central
                    fire command station shall have a fusible link which melts on heat causing
                    damper to close and lock in a closed position. The following will be accepted in
                    lieu of the two firestats described. A resettable bimetallic link which opens on
                    heat permitting damper to close and lock if open. This link may be re-engaged
                    from fire command station at temperature of 150∘ F or less.

            2.      Dampers shown on drawings designated ―SM‖ shall comply in all respects to
                    F/S damper description including position indicating switches except they shall
                    not be provided with a heat sensor or fusible link.

      D.    Electric Damper Actuators

            1.      General




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                  a.       The actuator shall have mechanical or electronic stall protection to
                           prevent damage to the actuator throughout the rotation of the actuator.

                  b.       Where shown, for power-failure/safety applications, an internal
                           mechanical, spring-return mechanism shall be built into the actuator
                           housing. Alternatively, an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) may be
                           provided. On terminal unit valves actuators capacitor driven fail action
                           is permitted.

                  c.       Proportional actuators shall accept a 0 to 10 VDC or 0 to 20 mA
                           control signal and provide a 2 to 10 VDC or 4 to 20 mA operating
                           range.

                  d.       All 24 VAC/VDC actuators shall operate on Class 2 wiring.

                  e.       All actuators shall have an external manual gear release to allow
                           manual positioning of the damper when the actuator is not powered.
                           Spring-return actuators with more than 7 Nm (60 in.-lb) torque capacity
                           shall have a manual crank for this purpose.

                  f.       Electric actuators for emergency generator damper control shall be
                           rated for 350 degree F. maximum operating temperature and capable to
                           drive fully open and close within 15 seconds.

      E.    PNEUMATIC DAMPER/VALVE ACTUATORS

            1.    Pneumatic actuators shall be piston-rolling diaphragm type or diaphragm type
                  with easily replaceable, beaded, molded neoprene diaphragm.

            2.    Actuator housings may be molded or die-cast zinc or aluminum.

            3.    Actuator size and spring ranges selected shall be suitable for intended
                  application.

            4.    Rate pneumatic actuators for a minimum 140 kPa (20 psig).

            5.    Damper actuators shall be selected in accordance with manufacturer’s
                  recommendations to provide sufficient close-off force to effectively seal damper
                  and to provide smooth modulating control under design flow and pressure
                  conditions. Furnish a separate actuator for each damper section.

            6.    Valve actuators shall provide tight close off at design system pressure and shall
                  provide smooth modulation at design flow and pressure conditions.

            7.    On sequencing applications, valve and damper actuators shall be sized for a
                  maximum of 14 kPa (2 psi) shift in nominal spring range. Spring ranges shall be
                  selected to prevent overlap or positive positioners shall be provided.

            8.    Positive positioners to have the following performance characteristics:

                  a.       Linearity:       ±10% of output signal span
                  b.       Hysteresis:      3% of the span
                  c.       Response: 1/4 psig input change
                  d.       Maximum pilot signal pressure: 140 kPa (20 psig)
                  e.       Maximum control air supply pressure: 420 kPa (60 psig)



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            9.    Positive positioners shall be provided on actuators for inlet vane control and on
                  any other actuators where required to provide smooth modulation or proper
                  sequencing.

            10.   Positive positioners shall be high-capacity force balance relay type with suitable
                  mounting provisions and position feedback linkage tailored for particular
                  actuator.

            11.   Positive positioners shall use full control air pressure at any point in stem travel
                  to initiate stem movement or to maintain stem position. Positioners shall operate
                  on a 20 to 100 kPa (3 to 15 psig) input signal unless otherwise required to satisfy
                  the control sequences of operation.

            12.   All actuators shall be designed and manufactured using ISO900registered
                  procedures, and shall be Listed under Standards UL873 and CSA22.2 No. 24-93



      F.    MOTORIZED ISOLATION VALVES

            1.    Butterfly Valves.

                  a.       Furnish automatic butterfly valves for isolation requirements as shown
                           on the drawings or required herein. All butterfly valves shall have body
                           ratings in accordance with the piping specifications. Valves shall be
                           high performance, fully lugged with carbon steel body ANSI 150/300.
                           Valves shall be rated for bubble tight dead end closure, with 316
                           stainless steel disc, stainless steel shaft and reinforced Teflon seat and
                           seals.

                  b.       Motorized valves located outdoors or in areas subject to outdoor air
                           conditions provide fail in place, electric operators with water proof
                           enclosure, crankcase heater, and open and closed position limit
                           switches. Valve and all accessories shall be constructed for outdoor
                           use. All electrical devices shall be weather proof and NEMA 4 rated.

                  c.       All valves shall be provided with external position indicators and a
                           speed control device to prevent to rapid closure.

                  d.       All valves shall be provided with manual override hand wheels for
                           operating the valve.

                  e.       The valves shall be line size as shown on plans.

                  f.       Motorized isolation valves shall be Jamesbury 815/830L, Fisher,
                           DeZurik Model HP II or Bray.

      G.    BALL VALVES.

            1.    Furnish automatic full port ball valves for isolation requirements on line sizes up
                  to 2’as shown on the drawings or required herein. All ball valves shall have
                  ANSI 250 body rating. Valves shall bronze body and stainless steel trim.




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            2.    Valves shall close against a differential pressure equal to the design pump head
                  pressure plus 10%.

            3.    The valves shall fail to their safe position upon power loss as specified in the
                  sequence of operation.

            4.    All valves shall be provided with manual override.

            5.    Provide valve position indicator end switches with the actuator.

            6.    The valves shall be line size as shown on plans.

            7.    Motorized isolation valves shall be Neptronic, Dezurik or Siemens.

      H.    AUTOMATIC CONTROL VALVES.

            1.    General:

                  a.         Control valves shall be two-way or three-way type single seated globe
                             type for two-position or modulating service as shown. Valves shall
                             meet ANSI Class IV leakage rating.

                  b.         Body pressure rating and connection type construction shall conform to
                             pipe, fitting and valve schedules. Where pressure and flow
                             combinations exceed ratings for commercial valves and operators,
                             industrial class valves and operators shall be provided.

                  c.         Valve operators shall be of pneumatic or electric type.

                  d.         The valves shall be quiet in operation and fail-safe in either normally
                             open or normally closed position in the event of power failure.

                  e.         Control valve operators shall be sized to close against a differential
                             pressure equal to the design pump head plus 10 percent.

                  f.         Furnish differential pressure control valves for all water systems as
                             shown on plans and/or specified in the sequence of operations.

                  g.         Provide valves 2" and smaller with screwed end bronze bodies and
                             stainless steel trim. Provide valves 2-1/2" and larger with flanged ends,
                             cast iron body and stainless steel trim.

                  h.         For modulating service that require large valve size (above 6‖), such as
                             cooling tower temperature bypass, chiller head pressure ,etc. where
                             proper control with globe type control valve cannot be achieved or the
                             application is not economical butterfly or v-port ball valves are
                             allowed.

            2.    Water Valves:

                  a.         Control valves shall be of equal percentage flow characteristics for
                             modulating service.

                  b.         Sizing Criteria:




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            3.    Steam Valves:

                  a.      Control valves shall be of linear flow characteristics for modulating
                          service.

                  b.      Sizing Criteria:
                  c.




      I.    AIR FLOW MEASURING STATIONS

            1.    Fan Inlet Type:

                  a.      Provide where indicated on the plans, airflow measuring stations of fan
                          inlet type. Airflow traverse probes shall be suitable for mounting in the
                          inlet bell(s) of the indicated fan.

                  b.      Probes shall be provided with the appropriate end support brackets for
                          mounting in the inlet bell(s). Where fans are of dual inlet type, two sets
                          of inlet probes must be provided.

                  c.      Fan inlet probes shall be provided with the fittings to allow for the
                          connection of control tubing to the probe assemblies.

                  d.      Probes shall be capable of operating with an accuracy of 3% of actual
                          volume over the fan operating range.

                  e.      The installation of the air flow measuring stations shall be coordinated
                          with sheet metal contractor to ensure actual accuracy and accessibility
                          for maintenance.

                  f.      The installation of the air flow measuring stations shall be coordinated
                          with sheet metal contractor to ensure actual accuracy and accessibility
                          for maintenance.

                  g.      Fan inlet probes shall be Tek-Air T-FP7000.

            2.    Duct Mounted Type:




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                  a.      Provide where indicated on the plans, airflow traverse probes of the
                          insertion type, capable of continuously measuring air volume in the
                          duct served.

                  b.      Probes shall utilize multiple total and suction pressure measurement
                          points, located along the length of the probe surface in accordance with
                          ASHRAE recommendations for duct traversing.

                  c.      The probes shall provide measurement accuracy within ± 2% of actual
                          velocity when used with the appropriate conversion formula.

                  d.      Probes shall be of cylindrical cross section and shall indicate no more
                          than a ± 3% percent deviation from the centerline velocity at a yaw
                          angles up to 30 degrees.

                  e.      Probes shall be constructed of extruded aluminum, unless dictated
                          otherwise by service requirements. Probes over sixteen inches long
                          shall be supported on the insertion end.

                  f.      Probe quantities for each location shall be sufficient to meet ASHRAE
                          recommendations.

                  g.      The pressure drop created by the traverse probes shall not be greater ten
                          percent of the velocity pressure at the maximum design flow.

                  h.      The probes shall not amplify sound levels in the duct. The
                          manufacturer shall provide submittal data indicating the developed
                          differential pressure and pressure loss at the minimum and maximum
                          design air flows for each duct location.

                  i.      Traverse probes shall be Tek-Air model T-FP5000.

      J.    BINARY TEMPERATURE DEVICES

            1.    Line-voltage space thermostat:

                  a.      Line-voltage thermostats shall be bimetal-actuated, snap acting SPDT
                          contact, enclosed, UL listed for electrical rating. The thermostat cover
                          shall provide exposed set point adjustment knob. The thermostat shall
                          operate within the 55°F to 85°F setpoint range, with 2°F maximum
                          differential.

            2.    Low-temperature safety thermostat:

                  a.      Low-limit air stream thermostats shall be UL listed, vapor pressure
                          type, with a sensing element of 20 ft. minimum length. Element shall
                          respond to the lowest temperature sensed by any 1 ft. section. The low-
                          limit thermostat shall be automatic reset, SPDT type.

            3.    Aquastat:

                  a.      Strap-on type thermostats shall be provided for low or high temperature
                          limit service on hot water or steam condensate pipes. The thermostats
                          shall be UL listed, with a liquid-filled bulb type sensing element and




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                           capillary tubing. The thermostat shall operate within the 20°F to 120°F,
                           or 100°F to 240°F, setpoint range, with an adjustable 6°F differential.

                  b.       The low-limit thermostat shall be automatic reset, snap acting SPDT
                           type with concealed set point adjustment.

      K.    TEMPERATURE SENSORS.

            1.    Provide the following instrumentation as required by the monitoring, control and
                  optimization functions. All temperature sensor shall use platinum RTD
                  elements only, nickel or silicon are not acceptable. All control signals shall be
                  via a 4-20 mA loop.

            2.    Room Temperature:

                  a.       Temperature monitoring range        +40/+90 F (+40/120 F for high
                           temp alarms)
                  b.       Output signal                       4-20 mA
                  c.       Installation adjustments            none required
                  d.       Calibration adjustments             zero & span
                  e.       Factory calibration point           70 deg F
                  f.       Accuracy at calibration point       +0.5 F

            3.    Liquid Immersion Temperature

                  a.       Temperature monitoring range        +20/+120 F or +70/+220 F
                  b.       Output signal                       4-20 mA
                  c.       Installation adjustment             none required
                  d.       Calibration adjustments             zero & span
                  e.       Factory calibration point           70 deg F
                  f.       Accuracy at calibration point       +0.5 F

            4.    Duct (Single Point) Temperature

                  a.       Temperature monitoring range        +20/+120 F
                  b.       Output signal                       4-20 mA
                  c.       Installation adjustments            none required
                  d.       Calibration adjustments             zero & span
                  e.       Factory calibration point           70 deg F
                  f.       Accuracy at calibration point       +0.5 F

            5.    Duct (Averaging) Temperature

                  a.       Temperature monitoring range        +20/+120 F
                  b.       Output signal                       4 - 20 mA
                  c.       Installation adjustments            none required
                  d.       Calibration adjustments             zero & span
                  e.       Factory calibration point           70 deg F
                  f.       Accuracy at calibration point       +0.5 F

            6.    Outside Air Temperature

                  a.       Temperature monitoring range        -50/+122
                  b.       Output signal                       4-20 mA
                  c.       Installation adjustments            none required



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                  d.       Calibration adjustments              zero & span
                  e.       Factory calibration point            70 deg F
                  f.       Accuracy at calibration point        +0.5 F

      L.    DEW POINT/HUMIDITY SENSORS

            1.    Outside Air Dew Point Temperature

                  a.       Dew point monitoring range           -40/+115 F DP, 12% to 99% RH
                  b.       Output signal                        4-20 mA
                  c.       Calibration adjustments              zero & span
                  d.       Factory calibration point            70 F
                  e.       Accuracy at calibration point        +2.0 Fdp

            2.    Room/duct Relative Humidity

                  a.       Sensor Humidity range                0 to 100%
                  b.       Operating temperature                15 F to +170 F
                  c.       Accuracy                             +2% RH
                  d.       Sensing element                      Capacitive sensor
                  e.       Output signal                        4-20 mA DC
                  f.       Installation adjustments             zero & span
                  g.       Operating temperature                15 F to +170 F
                  h.       Voltage requirement                  12-36 VDC

      M.    PRESSURE SENSORS

            1.    Air Static Pressure Sensor

                  a.       Duct Static range                    -.5 to + 7.5"wg
                  b.       Accuracy                             + .05" w.g.
                  c.       Output signal                        4 - 20 mA

      N.    WATER DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SENSOR

            1.    Transducer shall have linear output signal. Zero and span shall be field
                  adjustable.

            2.    Transducer sensing elements shall withstand continuous operating conditions of
                  positive or negative pressure 50% greater than calibrated span without damage.

            3.    Water pressure transducer shall have stainless steel diaphragm construction,
                  proof pressure of 150 psi minimum. Transducer shall be complete with 4 to 20
                  mA output, required mounting brackets, and block and bleed valves.

            4.    Water differential pressure transducer shall have stainless steel diaphragm
                  construction, proof pressure of 150 psi minimum. Overrange limit (differential
                  pressure) and maximum static pressure shall be 300 psi. Transducer shall be
                  complete with 4 to 20 mA output, required mounting brackets, and three valve
                  manifold.

            5.    Provide industrial grade differential pressure sensors for all differential pressure
                  bypass valves. Sensor shall be factory calibrated for operating range and rated
                  for system pressure. Provide manufacturers standard 316 stainless steel, 3 valve
                  manifold and pressure gauges for supply and return pressures. Output shall be 4-



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                  20 ma. Sensor shall be Rosemount 1151DP, with 316 stainless steel or approved
                  equal.

      O.    DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SWITCHES.

            1.    Water Differential Pressure Switch

                  a.         Differential pressure type switches (air or water service) shall be UL
                             listed, SPDT snap-acting, pilot duty rated (125 VA minimum), NEMA
                             1 enclosure, with scale range and differential suitable for
                             intended application or as shown.
                  b.
                  c.         The differential switches shall meet the following requirements:

                             1)       Range                                   8 to 70 psi
                             2)       Differential                            3 psi
                             3)       Maximum differential pressure           200 psi
                             4)       Maximum pressure                        325 psi

            2.    Air Differential Pressure Switch

                  a.         Differential pressure switches shall be diaphragm type, with die-cast
                             aluminum housing and adjustable set point. Switch rating shall be a
                             minimum 5 amps at 120 VAC. Switches shall be SPDT and be used
                             for fan status as specified in the point schedule. Switch pressure range
                             shall be suited for application. (e.g. filter 0-2.0", fan status 0-5.0", etc.)

      P.    ANALOG WATER LEVEL SENSORS

            1.    Furnish and install full height, analog level sensors for each location as
                  specified. Sensor shall provide 4-20ma signal in proportion to basin water level.
                  Provide waterproof enclosure and mounting hardware as required. Sensor shall
                  be Drexel Brook or equal.

      Q.    WATER LEAK DETECTION SYSTEM

            1.    General:

                  a.         Furnish and install a complete water detection system for each area
                             specified. The system shall include electronic alarm and locating
                             modules, sensing cable, graphic maps and all auxiliary equipment. The
                             system shall simultaneously detect the presence of water at any point
                             along the cables length, sound an alarm and pinpoint the distance to the
                             leak. The sensing cable shall be of such construction that no metallic
                             parts shall be exposed to the environment. The system shall provide
                             preconnectorized sensing cable and components. The system shall be
                             UL listed and FM approved.

                  b.         The system shall be as manufactured by Raychem Corporation or
                             equal.

                  c.         Locating leak detection panel (TTB-FA)

                  d.         The alarm and locator module, TTB-FA, shall monitor up to a
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                           indicate that water has contacted the sensing cable by sounding an
                           audible alarm, actuating an output relay, sending a proportional 4-20
                           mA signal to the BMS and displaying the distance from the start of the
                           sensing cable to the start of the first contact with water. The location of
                           the first water contact shall be retained on the display until the cable is
                           dry and the module is updated.

                  e.       The alarm module shall be capable of detecting the presence of a 1 inch
                           leak any where along the cable with a repeatability of +/- 1%.

                  f.       The alarm module shall continuously monitor the sensing cables and
                           interconnecting cables for continuity. Any break in the cable shall
                           generate an audible alarm, activate an output relay and activate a
                           "continuity" LED on the face of the module.

                  g.       The alarm module shall have LED's indicating "power" (green),
                           "alarm" (red) and "continuity" (yellow). The module shall be equipped
                           with exposed test, reset and silence buttons. All other functions shall
                           require key access.

                  h.       The alarm module shall be powered by Emergency power.

                  i.       The module enclosure shall be a minimum of 16 gauge steel, flush
                           mounting type.

            2.    Single point leak detector

                  a.       The alarm module, TTC, shall monitor up to a maximum of 50 feet of
                           sensing cable. The alarm module shall indicate that water has
                           contacted the sensing cable by sounding an audible alarm and actuating
                           an output relay. The relay shall be remain activated until the cable is
                           dry and the module is reset.

                  b.       The alarm module shall be capable of detecting the presence of a 1 inch
                           leak any where along the cable with a repeatability of +/- 1%.

                  c.       The alarm module shall continuously monitor the sensing cables and
                           interconnecting cables for continuity. Any break in the cable shall
                           generate an audible alarm, activate an output relay and activate a
                           "continuity" LED on the face of the module.

                  d.       The alarm module shall have LED's indicating "power" (green),
                           "alarm" (red) and "continuity" (yellow).

                  e.       The alarm module shall be powered by Emergency power.

                  f.       The module shall be mounted in an field equipment cabinet.

            3.    Water sensing cable

                  a.       The water sensing cable (TT-1000) shall detect the presence of water
                           and pinpoint its location. The cable shall consist of four wires: Two
                           sensor wires, a continuity wire and a return wire. All four wires shall
                           be coated and insulated with a fluoropolymer and wound helically
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                          including connectors, of at least 70 pounds, per ASTM D-638. The
                          cable shall have an abrasion resistance of >65 cycles, per UL 719.

                  b.      The sensing cable shall offer distributed sensing with the ability to
                          detect the location of water at any point along the length of the cable.
                          The cable shall be flexible, and carry less than 24VDC under normal
                          conditions.

                  c.      The system shall not alarm when in contact with any metallic
                          equipment such as drip pans, floor tile supports, conduit, etc.

                  d.      The cable shall be available in modular, preconnectorized lengths of 5,
                          10, 15, 25 and 50 feet. Field splicing shall not be acceptable.

                  e.      The cable shall be UL 910 rated and plenum rated per NEC 725-2(b).

                  f.      Provide two sets of test instrumentation to owner.

            4.    Jumper cable

                  a.      Jumper cable shall be used where leak detection cable is not required
                          but continuity is required (in raceways between alarm module and floor
                          surface, etc.). The jumper cable shall be plenum rated and jacketed
                          with fluoropolymer materials, per NEC 725-2(b). The jumper cable
                          shall consist of four different colors (Y, B, R, G), insulated 18 AWG
                          wires and shall be available in preconnectorized lengths of 5, 10, 15, 25
                          and 50 feet.

            5.    Accessories

                  a.      Provide all end connectors, leader cables, hold down clips, caution tags,
                          spray adhesive (3M 90M) as required.

            6.    Graphic display map

                  a.      Provide a graphic display map for each room served. The map shall be
                          a 1/8 in = 1.0 ft scaled drawing of the area served, indicating actual
                          equipment locations, floor tile and other points of reference. The actual
                          cable routing shall be clearly marked on the map with actual scaled
                          distances every 10 feet.
                  b.
                  c.      An dynamic graphic display, equivalent to the aforementioned map,
                          shall be duplicated on the BMS operator workstation. The area in
                          alarm (within 5 feet) shall blink in red until the alarm is cleared.

            7.    Performance

                  a.      A maximum wetted area of 2 inches of cable, at any point along the
                          entire length of cable, shall activate an alarm.

                  b.      The system shall be continuously monitored for continuity. The loss of
                          continuity shall cause an alarm within 5 seconds.

                  c.      The cable shall be capable of being cleaned with a clean dry cloth, in
                          place.



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                  d.       The cable shall dry and reset the module immediately upon removal
                           from free water. No shaking, wiping or mechanical action shall be
                           required.

            8.    Installation

                  a.       All system components shall be installed in accordance with the
                           manufacturer's recommendations. The manufacturer shall provide
                           necessary installer training and supervision as required.

                  b.       The cable shall be installed on clean, dry finished surfaces only
                           (coordinate access and schedule installation as required) after the
                           possibility of physical damage has been eliminated. The cable shall be
                           fastened to the surface it is monitoring every 4 feet with hold down
                           clips and spray mastic adhesive. Hold down clip installation shall be
                           subject to spot checks during commissioning. If any clip fails, all
                           other clips shall be re-attached and retested, at no additional cost.

                  c.       The system shall be commissioned prior to acceptance. Submit a test
                           procedure for approval.

            9.    Warranty

                  a.       All equipment shall be warranted to the same extent as the BMS
                           system, or per the manufacturer's warranty, whichever is greater.

      R.    AUDIO/VISUAL ALARM UNITS

            1.    Provide 1" x 3" translucent illuminated rectangular alarm light ("BMS Alarm"),
                  sonalert horn (hidden), silence switch with stainless steel cover plate to match
                  desk surface. When any BMS alarm occurs (as coordinated with facilities
                  personnel), the alarm light shall flash once per second (adjustable) and the horn
                  shall sound. When the silence switch is pushed, the horn will silence and the
                  pilot light shall light continuously until alarm is cleared.

            2.    The BMS shall monitor the alarm light, horn and silence switch status.

            3.    Provide 1/8 inch high engraved and painted lettering for operational instructions
                  as required by the owner on the cover plate.

      S.    FUEL OIL METERS

            1.    Provide fuel oil flow meter on fuel oil supply for each duplex fuel oil pump set.
                  Meters shall be contacting head type approved for use in fuel oil systems.
                  Monitor total accumulated flow, current flow, monthly total flow, and yearly
                  total flow for each duplex pump set and jockey pump specified or shown.

            2.    Meter shall be intrinsically safe, explosion proof with a minimum resolution of
                  10 gallons with GPM range appropriate for application.

      T.    WATER BTU METERS

            1.    Provide insertion type water flow meters designed to mount through a fully open
                  1 inch full bore ball valve supplied by flow meter manufacturer. Meter flow



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                  range shall be 2-40 feet/second for liquid service. Meter linearity shall be +/-1%
                  for a 10:1 range. Repeatability shall be .10%. All wetted parts shall be
                  constructed of stainless steel, bearings shall be tungsten carbide. Housing and
                  flange shall be carbon steel. Housing pressure rating shall be 350 psig. A D.C.
                  powered transmitter shall be mounted on the flow meter. Flow transmitter
                  output shall be 4-20 mA linear with flow. Transmitter input shall be from
                  magnetic pickup. Transmitter accuracy shall be .25% of span. The water flow
                  meter shall be Onicon F 1220 or equal.

            2.    Provide supply and return temperature sensors for "Delta-T" calculation of BTU
                  consumption. Monitor total accumulated BTUs, current BTUs, monthly total
                  BTUs, and yearly total BTUs for each location specified or shown.

            3.    Provide isolation valve kit to allow removal and servicing of meter while system
                  is operating.

            4.    All devices associated with the BTU meters serving the chilled water and ice
                  storage system shall be suitable for the extreme environmental conditions. The
                  devices shall properly operate with the specified accuracy and shall not be
                  affected by the media, or by the environment that includes but not limited to low
                  temperatures (10 Deg F), temperature fluctuations and condensation. Control
                  panel enclosures and electronics shall meet the aforementioned requirements or
                  located strategically to ensure proper operation.

      U.    VORTEX SHEDDING FLOW METERS

            1.    Provide vortex shedding flow meter for steam metering locations. Meter shall
                  be pressure and temperature compensated, rated for service conditions and be
                  manufactured by Endress and Hauser model FTV 1810 or approved equal.
                  Provide remote readout of pressure, flow, MLb/Hr and total MLb.

            2.    Coordinate location to provide proper straight run of pipe, pipe size, etc.

            3.    Power 24VDC power supply as required from Emergency source.

            4.    BMS system shall monitor Mlb/Hr, Mlb total, pressure and temperature values.

      V.    INDOOR AIR QUALITY (CO2/VOC) SENSORS

            1.    Provide indoor air quality sensors to monitor Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and
                  Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) levels.

            2.    The sensors shall be of microprocessor-based photoacoustic type with heated
                  stannic dioxide semiconductor.

            3.    The CO2 sensors shall have no more than 1% drift during the first year of
                  operation and minimal drift thereafter so that no calibration will be required.

            4.    The units shall be wall or duct mounted type as indicated on plans and in the
                  sequence of operation.

            5.    Wall mounted sensors shall be provided with white plastic cover, without LED
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            6.    Duct mounted sensors shall be provided with LED indicators in a dust proof
                  plastic housing with transparent cover.

            7.    The VOC sensor shall have automatic self calibrating capability to ensure
                  accuracy.

            8.    The sensor shall meet the following requirements:

                  a.       Operating voltage:                            24 VAC +/- 20%
                  b.       Frequency:                                    50/60 Hz
                  c.       Power consumption:                            max. 6 VA
                  d.       CO2 measuring range:                          0 – 2000 ppm
                  e.       Tolerance:                                    +/- 100 ppm
                  f.       Output:                                       0 – 10 VAC
                  g.       Calibration:                                  none required
                  h.       VOC measurement range:                        0 – 10 V VOC
                  i.       Permissible air velocity in duct:             <26.2 Ft/s.

            9.    The sensors shall be model:

            10.   Siemens QPA63 Series.

      W.    RELAYS.

            1.    Control relays shall be UL listed plug-in type with dust cover and LED
                  ―energized‖ indicator. Contact rating, configuration, and coil voltage shall be
                  suitable for application.

            2.    Time delay relays shall be UL listed solid-state plug-in type with adjustable time
                  delay. Delay shall be adjustable ±200% (minimum) from set point shown on
                  plans. Contact rating, configuration, and coil voltage shall be suitable for
                  application. Provide NEMA 1 enclosure when not installed in local control
                  panel.

      X.    OVERRIDE TIMERS.

            1.    Override timers shall be spring-wound line voltage, UL Listed, with contact
                  rating and configuration as required by application. Provide 0-to-6-hour
                  calibrated dial unless otherwise specified. Timer shall be suitable for flush
                  mounting on control panel face and located on local control panels or where
                  shown.

            2.    Current transmitters.

            3.    AC current transmitters shall be the self-powered, combination split-core current
                  transformer type with built-in rectifier and high-gain servo amplifier with 4 to
                  20 mA two-wire output. Unit ranges shall be 10 A, 20 A, 50 A, 100 A, 150 A,
                  and 200 A full scale, with internal zero and span adjustment and ±1% full-scale
                  accuracy at 500 ohm maximum burden.

            4.    Transmitter shall meet or exceed ANSI/ISA S50.1 requirements and shall be
                  UL/CSA Recognized.

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      Y.    CURRENT TRANSFORMERS.

            1.    AC current transformers shall be UL/CSA Recognized and completely encased
                  (except for terminals) in approved plastic material.

            2.    Transformers shall be available in various current ratios and shall be selected for
                  ±1% accuracy at 5 A full-scale output.

            3.    Transformers shall be fixed-core or split-core type for installation on new or
                  existing wiring, respectively.

      Z.    VOLTAGE TRANSMITTERS.

            1.    AC voltage transmitters shall be self-powered single-loop (two-wire) type, 4 to
                  20 mA output with zero and span adjustment.

            2.    2 Ranges shall include 100 to 130 VAC, 200 to 250 VAC, 250 to 330 VAC, and
                  400 to 600 VAC full-scale, adjustable, with ±1% full-scale accuracy with 500
                  ohm maximum burden.

            3.    Transmitters shall be UL/CSA Recognized at 600 VAC rating and meet or
                  exceed ANSI/ISA S50.1 requirements.


      AA.   VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS.

            1.    AC voltage transformers shall be UL/CSA Recognized, 600 VAC rated,
                  complete with built-in fuse protection.

            2.    Transformers shall be suitable for ambient temperatures of 4°C to 55°C (40°F to
                  130°F) and shall provide ±0.5% accuracy at 24 VAC and a 5 VA load.

            3.    Windings (except for terminals) shall be completely enclosed with metal or
                  plastic material.

      BB.   POWER MONITORS.

            1.    Power monitors shall be the three-phase type furnished with three-phase
                  disconnect/shorting switch assembly, UL Listed voltage transformers, and UL
                  Listed split-core current transformers.

            2.    They shall provide a selectable rate pulse output for kWh reading and a 4 to 20
                  mA output for kW reading. They shall operate with 5 A current inputs with a
                  maximum error of ±2% at 1.0 power factor or ±2.5% at 0.5 power factor.

      CC.   CURRENT SWITCHES.

            1.    Current-operated switches shall be self-powered, solid-state with adjustable trip
                  current. The switches shall be selected to match the current of the application
                  and output requirements of the DDC system.

      DD.   PRESSURE-ELECTRIC (PE) SWITCHES.




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            1.    Shall be metal or neoprene diaphragm actuated, operating pressure rated 0-175
                  kPa (0-25 psig), with calibrated scale set point range of 14-125 kPa (2-18 psig)
                  minimum, UL listed.

            2.    Provide one or two-stage switch action SPDT, DPST, or DPDT, as required by
                  application. Electrically rated for pilot duty service (125 VA minimum) and/or
                  for motor control.

            3.    Shall be open type (panel-mounted) or enclosed type for remote installation.
                  Enclosed type shall be NEMA 1 unless otherwise specified.

            4.    Shall have a permanent indicating gauge on each pneumatic signal line to PE
                  switches.

      EE.   ELECTRO-PNEUMATIC (E/P) TRANSDUCERS.

            1.    Electronic/pneumatic transducer shall provide a proportional 20 to 100 kPa (3 to
                  15 psig) output signal from either a 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 10 VDC analog control
                  input.

            2.    E/P transducer shall be equipped with the following features:

                  a.       Separate span and zero adjustments

                  b.       Manual output adjustments

            3.    Pressure gauge assembly d. Feedback loop control

            4.    Air consumption of 0.05 L/s (0.1 scfm) at mid-range

      FF.   LOCAL CONTROL PANELS.

            1.    All indoor control cabinets shall be fully enclosed NEMA 1 construction with
                  (hinged door) key-lock latch and removable sub panels. A single key shall be
                  common to all field panels and sub panels.

            2.    Interconnections between internal and face mounted devices shall be prewired
                  with color-coded stranded conductors neatly installed in plastic troughs and/or
                  tie-wrapped. Terminals for field connections shall be UL listed for 600 volt
                  service, individually identified per control/ interlock drawings, with adequate
                  clearance for field wiring. Control terminations for field connection shall be
                  individually identified per control drawings.

            3.    Provide ON/OFF power switch with overcurrent protection for control power
                  sources to each local panel.

      GG.   LOCAL USER DISPLAY

            1.    Where specified in the sequence of operation or points list, the controllers on the
                  peer to peer building level network shall have a display and keypad for local
                  interface. A keypad shall be provided for interrogating and commanding points
                  in the controller.

            2.    The display shall use the same security password and access rights for points in
                  the display as is used in the associated controller.



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              3.         The LCD display shall be a minimum of a 2 line 40 character display.

              4.         The LCD display shall include the full point name, value (numeric, digital or
                         state text), point priority and alarm status on one screen.

              5.         The LCD shall dynamically update the value, priority, and alarm status for the
                         point being displayed.

              6.         The display shall be mounted either on the door of the enclosure or remote from
                         the controller.


2.10   Communication and Control Wiring


       A.     General:

              1.         Provide copper wiring, plenum cable, and raceways as specified in the
                         applicable sections of Division 16 unless otherwise noted herein.

              2.         All insulated wire to be copper conductors, UL labeled for 90°C minimum
                         service.

       B.     Wire Sizing and Insulation

              1.         Wiring shall comply with minimum wire size and insulation based on services
                         listed below:

                         a.       Service           Minimum Gage/Type           Insulation Class

                         b.       AC 24V Power      12 Ga Solid                 600 Volt
                         c.       DC 24V Power      10 Ga Solid                 600 Volt
                         d.       Class 1           14 Ga Stranded              600 Volt
                         e.       Class 2           18 Ga Stranded              300 Volt
                         f.       Class 3           18 Ga Stranded              300 Volt

              2.         Provide plenum-rated cable when open cable is permitted in supply or return air
                         plenum where allowed per execution specifications defined in Paragraph 3.07

       C.     Power Wiring:

              1.         115V power circuit wiring above 100 feet distance shall use minimum 10 gage.

              2.         24V control power wiring above 200 feet distance shall use minimum 12 gage.

       D.     Control Wiring:

              1.         Digital Input/Output wiring shall use Class 2 twisted pair, insulated.

              2.         Analog inputs shall use Class 2 twisted shielded pair, insulated and jacketed and
                         require a grounded shield.

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       E.      Communication Wiring

               1.       Ethernet Cable shall be minimum CAT5

               2.       Secondary level network shall be 24 gage, TSP, low capacitance cable

       F.      Approved Cable Manufacturers:

               1.       Wiring from the following manufacturers which meet the above criteria shall be
                        acceptable:

                        a.        Anixter
                        b.        Belden


2.11   Fiber Optic Cable System

       A.      Fiber Optic cable: Optical cables shall be duplex 900 mm tight-buffer construction
               designed for intra-building environments. The sheath shall be UL Listed OFNP in
               accordance with NEC Article 770. The optical fiber shall meet the requirements of FDDI,
               ANSI X3T9.5 PMD for 62.5/125mm for us in 10/100 MB fiber optic networks.

       B.      Connectors: All optical fibers shall be field-terminated with ST type connectors.
               Connectors shall have hot melt and polish or epoxy and polish type connectors. No
               Mechanical crimp type permitted.

       C.      Outdoor/underground installation of Fiber Optic cable shall be gel coated and rated for
               outdoor/underground installation

       D.      Four strands is the minimum required for each run, two for the link and two as spares.

       E.      1 GB Ethernet networks shall be single mode fiber for lengths over 275m. Single mode
               Ethernet requires two strands of 9 um cable




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PART 3 – EXECUTION

3.01   Examination:

       A.       The project plans shall be thoroughly examined for control device and equipment
                locations. Any discrepancies, conflicts, or omissions shall be reported to the
                architect/engineer for resolution before rough-in work is started.

       B.       The contractor shall inspect the site to verify that equipment may be installed as shown.
                Any discrepancies, conflicts, or omissions shall be reported to the engineer for resolution
                before rough-in work is started.

       C.       The contractor shall examine the drawings and specifications for other parts of the work.
                If head room or space conditions appear inadequate—or if any discrepancies occur
                between the plans and the contractor’s work and the plans and the work of others—the
                contractor shall report these discrepancies to the engineer and shall obtain written
                instructions for any changes necessary to accommodate the contractor’s work with the
                work of others.

3.02   Protection:


       B.       The contractor shall protect all work and material from damage by its employees and/or
                subcontractors and shall be liable for all damage thus caused.

       C.       The contractor shall be responsible for its work and equipment until finally inspected,
                tested, and accepted.


3.03   Coordination:

       A.       Site

                1.       The project coordination between trades is the responsibility of the prime
                         contractor who is the one tier higher contractual partner such as mechanical
                         contractor, general contractor, construction manager, owner or owner’s
                         representative as applicable.



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            2.       The controls contractor shall follow prime contractor’s job schedule and
                     coordinate all project related activities through the prime contactor except
                     otherwise agreed or in minor job site issues. Reasonable judgment shall be
                     applied.

            3.       Where the work will be installed in close proximity to, or will interfere with,
                     work of other trades, the contractor shall assist in working out space conditions
                     to make a satisfactory adjustment.

            4.       If the contractor deviates form the job schedule and installs work without
                     coordinating with other trades, so as to cause interference with work of other
                     trades, the contractor shall make the necessary changes to correct the condition
                     without extra charge.

            5.       Coordinate and schedule work with all other work in the same area, or with
                     work that is dependent upon other work, to facilitate mutual progress.

      B.    Submittals.

            1.       Refer to the ―Submittals‖ article in Part 1 of this specification for requirements.

      C.    Test and Balance

            1.       The contractor shall furnish a single set of all tools necessary to interface to the
                     control system for test and balance purposes.

            2.       The contractor shall provide training in the use of these tools. This training will
                     be planned for a minimum of 4 hours.

            3.       In addition, the contractor shall provide a qualified technician for duration of 8
                     hours to assist in the test and balance process.

            4.       The tools used during the test and balance process shall be returned at the
                     completion of the testing and balancing.

      D.    Life Safety

            1.       Duct smoke detectors required for air handler shutdown are supplied under
                     Division 16 of this specification. The contractor shall interlock smoke detectors
                     to air handlers for shutdown as described in Part 3, ―Sequences of Operation.‖

            2.       Smoke dampers and actuators required for duct smoke isolation are provided
                     under a Section of Division 15. The contractor shall interlock these dampers to
                     the air handlers as described in Part 3, ―Sequences of Operation.‖

            3.       Fire/smoke dampers and actuators required for fire rated walls are provided
                     under another Section of Division 15. Control of these dampers shall be by
                     Division 16.

      E.    Coordination with controls specified in other sections or divisions.

            1.       Other sections and/or divisions of this specification include controls and control
                     devices that are to be part of or interfaced to the control system specified in this




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                        section. These controls shall be integrated into the system and coordinated by
                        the contractor as follows:

                        c.       All communication media and equipment shall be provided as specified
                                 in Part 2, ―Communication‖ of this specification.

                        d.       Each supplier of controls product is responsible for the configuration,
                                 programming, startup, and testing of that product to meet the sequences
                                 of operation described in this section.

                        e.       The Contractor shall coordinate and resolve any incompatibility issues
                                 that arise between the control products provided under this section and
                                 those provided under other sections or divisions of this specification.

                        f.       The contractor is responsible for providing all controls described in the
                                 contract documents regardless of where within the contract documents
                                 these controls are described.

                        g.       The contractor is responsible for the interface of control products
                                 provided by multiple suppliers regardless of where this interface is
                                 described within the contract documents.


3.04   General Workmanship:

       A.      Install equipment, piping, and wiring/raceway parallel to building lines (i.e., horizontal,
               vertical, and parallel to walls) wherever possible.

       B.      Provide sufficient slack and flexible connections to allow for vibration of piping and
               equipment.

       C.      Install all equipment in readily accessible locations as defined by Chapter 1, Article 100,
               Part A of the National Electrical Code (NEC).

       D.      Verify integrity of all wiring to ensure continuity and freedom from shorts and grounds.

       E.      All equipment, installation, and wiring shall comply with acceptable industry
               specifications and standards for performance, reliability, and compatibility and be
               executed in strict adherence to local codes and standard practices.


3.05   Field Quality Control:

       A.      Contractor shall have a 6 Sigma certified quality manager on staff to inspect the project
               execution and to enforce quality standards.

       B.      All work, materials, and equipment shall comply with the rules and regulations of
               applicable local, state, and federal codes and ordinances as identified in Part 1 of this
               specification.

       C.      Contractor shall continually monitor the field installation for code compliance and quality
               of workmanship.

       D.      Contractor shall have work inspected by local and/or state authorities having jurisdiction
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3.06   Existing Equipment:




       A.        Unless otherwise directed, the contractor is not responsible for the repairs or replacement
                 of existing energy equipment and systems, valves, dampers, or actuators. Should the
                 contractor find existing equipment that requires maintenance, the engineer is to be
                 notified immediately.




3.07   Wiring:

       A.        All control and interlock wiring shall comply with national and local electrical codes and
                 Division 16 of this specification. Where the requirements of this section differ from those
                 in Division 16, the requirements of this section shall take precedence.

       B.        All NEC Class 1 (line voltage) wiring shall be UL Listed in approved conduit according
                 to NEC and Division 16 requirements.

       C.        All low-voltage wiring shall meet NEC Class 2 requirements. (Low-voltage power
                 circuits shall be sub fused when required to meet Class 2 current limit.)

       D.        Where NEC Class 2 (current-limited) wires are in concealed and accessible locations,
                 including ceiling return air plenums, approved cables not in conduit may be used
                 provided that cables are UL Listed for the intended application. For example, cables used
                 in ceiling plenums shall be UL Listed specifically for that purpose.

       E.        All wiring in mechanical, electrical, or service rooms—or where subject to mechanical
                 damage— shall be installed in conduit.

       F.        Do not install Class 2 wiring in conduit containing Class 1 wiring. Boxes and panels
                 containing high voltage wiring and equipment may not be used for low-voltage wiring
                 except for the purpose of interfacing the two (e.g., relays and transformers).

       G.        Do not install wiring in conduit containing tubing.

       H.        Where plenum rated cable is run exposed, wiring is to be run parallel along a surface or
                 perpendicular to it and neatly tied at 3 m (10 ft) intervals.



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      I.    Where plenum rated cable is used without conduit, it shall be supported from or anchored
            to structural members. Cables shall not be supported by or anchored to ductwork,
            electrical conduits, piping, or ceiling suspension systems.

      J.    All wire-to-device connections shall be made at a terminal block or wire nut. All wire-to-
            wire connections shall be at a terminal strip or wire nut.

      K.    All wiring within enclosures shall be neatly bundled and anchored to permit access and
            prevent restriction to devices and terminals.

      L.    Maximum allowable voltage for control wiring shall be 120 V. If only higher voltages are
            available, the contractor shall provide step-down transformers or interposing relays.

      M.    All plenum rated wiring shall be installed as continuous lengths, with no splices
            permitted between termination points

      N.    All wiring in conduit shall be installed as continuous lengths, with no splices permitted
            between termination points or junction boxes.

      O.    Maintain fire rating at all penetrations. Install plenum wiring in sleeves where it passes
            through walls and floors.

      P.    Size and type of conduit and size and type of wire shall be the responsibility of the
            contractor, in keeping with the manufacturer’s recommendations and NEC requirements,
            except as noted elsewhere.

      Q.    Include one pull string in each conduit 3/4 in. or larger.

      R.    Control and status relays are to be located in designated enclosures only. These
            enclosures can include packaged equipment control panel enclosures unless they also
            contain Class 1 starters.

      S.    Conceal all conduit, except within mechanical, electrical, or service rooms. Install
            conduit to maintain a minimum clearance of 15 cm (6 in.) from high-temperature
            equipment (e.g., steam pipes or flues).

      T.    Secure conduit with conduit clamps fastened to the structure and spaced according to
            code requirements. Conduit and pull boxes may not be hung on flexible duct strap or tie
            rods. Conduits may not be run on or attached to ductwork.

      U.    Adhere to this specification’s Division 16 requirements where conduit crosses building
            expansion joints.

      V.    The Contractor shall terminate all control and/or interlock wiring and shall maintain
            updated (as-built) wiring diagrams with terminations identified at the job site.

      W.    Flexible metal conduits and liquid-tight, flexible metal conduits shall not exceed 1 m (3
            ft) in length and shall be supported at each end. Flexible metal conduit less than ½ in.
            electrical trade size shall not be used. In areas exposed to moisture, including chiller and
            boiler rooms, liquid-tight, flexible metal conduits shall be used.

      X.    Conduit must be adequately supported, properly reamed at both ends, and left clean and
            free of obstructions. Conduit sections shall be joined with couplings (according to code).




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               Terminations must be made with fittings at boxes, and ends not terminating in boxes shall
               have bushings installed.



3.08   Communication Wiring:

       A.      The contractor shall adhere to the items listed in the ―Wiring‖ article in Part 3 of the
               specification.

       B.      All cabling shall be installed in a neat and workmanlike manner. Follow manufacturer’s
               installation recommendations for all communication cabling.

       C.      Do not install communication wiring in raceway and enclosures containing Class 1 or
               other Class 2 wiring.

       D.      Maximum pulling, tension, and bend radius for cable installation, as specified by the
               cable manufacturer, shall not be exceeded during installation.

       E.      Contractor shall verify the integrity of the entire network following the cable installation.
               Use appropriate test measures for each particular cable.

       F.      When a cable enters or exits a building, a lightning arrestor must be installed between the
               lines and ground. The lighting arrestor shall be installed according to the manufacturer’s
               instructions.

       G.      All runs of communication wiring shall be unspliced length when that length is
               commercially available.

       H.      All communication wiring shall be labeled to indicate origination and destination data.

       I.      Grounding of coaxial cable shall be in accordance with NEC regulations article on
               ―Communications Circuits, Cable, and Protector Grounding.‖



3.09   Fiber Optic Cable System:

       A.      Maximum pulling tensions as specified by the cable manufacturer shall not be exceeded
               during installation. Post-installation residual cable tension shall be within cable
               manufacturer’s specifications.

       B.      All cabling and associated components shall be installed in accordance with
               manufacturers’ instructions. Minimum cable and unjacketed fiber bend radii, as specified
               by cable manufacturer, shall be maintained.

       C.      All terminations need to be made into a patch panel, designed for such use. Free air
               terminations with patch panels are prohibited.




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3.10   Installation Of Sensors:

       A.       General:

                1.         Install sensors in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.

                2.         Mount sensors rigidly and adequately for the environment within which the
                           sensor operates.

                3.         Room temperature sensors shall be installed on concealed junction boxes
                           properly supported by the wall framing.

                4.         All wires attached to sensors shall be air sealed in their raceways or in the wall
                           to stop air transmitted from other areas affecting sensor readings.

                5.         Sensors used in mixing plenums and hot and cold decks shall be of the
                           averaging type.

                6.         Low-limit sensors used in mixing plenums shall be installed in a serpentine
                           manner horizontally across the full face of the coil.

                7.         All pipe-mounted temperature sensors shall be installed in wells. Install all
                           liquid temperature sensors with heat-conducting fluid in thermal wells.




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            8.      Install outdoor air temperature sensors on north wall, complete with sun shield
                    at designated location.

      B.    Room Instrument Mounting

            1.      Room instruments, including but not limited to wall mounted thermostats and
                    sensors located in occupied spaces shall be mounted 53 inches above the
                    finished floor unless otherwise shown.

      C.    Instrumentation Installed in Piping Systems

            1.      Thermometers and temperature sensing elements installed in liquid systems
                    shall be installed in thermowells.

            2.      Gauges in piping systems subject to pulsation shall have snubbers.

            3.      Gauges for steam service shall have pigtail fittings with isolation valve.

      D.    Duct Smoke Detectors

            1.      Duct smoke detectors will be provided by the Fire Alarm System Contractor in
                    supply and return air ducts in accordance with Division 16

            2.      Contractor shall connect the DDC System to the auxiliary contacts provided on
                    the Smoke Detector as required for system safeties and to provide alarms to the
                    DDC system.

      E.    Occupancy Sensors

            1.      A sufficient quantity of occupancy sensors shall be provided to provide
                    complete coverage of the area (room or space).

            2.      Occupancy sensors shall be installed in accordance with NFPA 70 requirements
                    and the manufacturer's instructions.

            3.      Occupancy sensors shall not be located within 1.8 m (6 feet) of HVAC outlets or
                    heating ducts.

            4.      PIR and dual-technology PIR/ultrasonic sensors shall not be installed where they
                    can "see" beyond any doorway.

            5.      Ultrasonic sensors shall not be installed in spaces containing ceiling fans.

            6.      Sensors shall detect motion to within 0.6 m (2 feet) of all room entrances and
                    shall not trigger due to motion outside the room.

            7.      The off-delay timer shall be set to [15][___] minutes unless otherwise shown.

            8.      All sensor adjustments shall be made prior to beneficial occupancy, but after
                    installation of furniture systems, shelving, partitions, etc.

            9.      Each controlled area shall have one hundred percent coverage capable of
                    detecting small hand-motion movements, accommodating all occupancy habits
                    of single or multiple occupants at any location within the controlled room.




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      F.    Temperature Limit Switch

            1.       A temperature limit switch (Low Temperature Detector) shall be provided to
                     sense the temperature.

            2.       A sufficient number of temperature limit switches shall be installed to provide
                     complete coverage of the duct section.

            3.       Manual reset limit switches shall be installed in approved, accessible locations
                     where they can be reset easily.

            4.       The temperature limit switch sensing element shall be installed in a serpentine
                     pattern and in accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions.

            5.       Each bend shall be supported with a capillary clip. Provide 3 m of sensing
                     element for each 1 m2 (1 ft of sensing element for each 1 ft2) of coil area.

      G.    Averaging Temperature Sensing Elements

            1.       Sensing elements shall be installed in a serpentine pattern.

            2.       Averaging sensors shall be installed in a serpentine manner vertically across the
                     duct. Each bend shall be supported with a capillary clip.

      H.    Air Flow Measuring Stations (AFMS)

            1.       Outside Air AFMSs shall be located downstream from the Outside Air filters.

            2.       Pitot Tube type AFMS shall not be used if the expected velocity measurement is
                     below 3.5 m/s (700 fpm) [or for outside airflow measurements].

      I.    Differential air static pressure.

            1.       Supply Duct Static Pressure: Pipe the high-pressure tap to the duct using a pitot
                     tube. Pipe the low-pressure port to a tee in the high-pressure tap tubing of the
                     corresponding building static pressure sensor (if applicable) or to the location of
                     the duct high-pressure tap and leave open to the plenum.

            2.       Return Duct Static Pressure: Pipe the high-pressure tap to the duct using a pitot
                     tube. Pipe the low-pressure port to a tee in the low-pressure tap tubing of the
                     corresponding building static pressure sensor.

            3.       Building Static Pressure: Pipe the low-pressure port of the pressure sensor to the
                     static pressure port located on the outside of the building through a high-volume
                     accumulator. Pipe the high-pressure port to a location behind a thermostat cover.

            4.       The piping to the pressure ports on all pressure transducers shall contain a
                     capped test port located adjacent to the transducer.

            5.       All pressure transducers, other than those controlling VAV boxes, shall be
                     located in field device panels, not on the equipment monitored or on ductwork.

            6.       Mount transducers in a location accessible for service without use of ladders or
                     special equipment.




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               7.       If the transmitter is wired in a homerun configuration to an AHU controller, the
                        transmitter shall be located in the same enclosure as the air handling unit (AHU)
                        controller(s) for the AHU serving the terminal units.

       J.      Water Differential pressure sensors

               1.       Differential pressure sensors shall be installed with valved taps into the piping to
                        ensure serviceability without draining the system

               2.       Sensors shall be mounted with bleed valves

               3.       After sensor installation any air shall be eliminated using the bleed valves to
                        ensure reading accuracy

               4.       The sensors shall be located to ensure accessibility

       K.      Relative Humidity Sensors

               1.       Relative humidity sensors in supply air ducts shall be installed at least 3m (10
                        feet) downstream of humidity injection elements.

       L.      Flowmeters

               1.       The minimum straight unobstructed piping for the flowmeter installation shall
                        be at least 10 pipe diameters upstream and at least 5 pipe diameters downstream
                        and/or in accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions.

       M.      Flow Switch

               1.       Use correct paddle for pipe diameter.

               2.       Adjust flow switch in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.




3.11   Flow Switch Installation:

       A.      Use correct paddle for pipe diameter.

       B.      Adjust flow switch in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.


3.12   Actuators:

       A.      Mount and link control damper actuators according to manufacturer’s instructions.

               1.       To compress seals when spring-return actuators are used on normally closed
                        dampers, power actuator to approximately 5° open position, manually close the
                        damper, and then tighten the linkage.




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             2.       Check operation of damper/actuator combination to confirm that actuator
                      modulates damper smoothly throughout stroke to both open and closed
                      positions.

             3.       Provide all mounting hardware and linkages for actuator installation.

       B.    Electric/Electronic

             1.       Dampers: Actuators shall be direct-mounted on damper shaft or jackshaft unless
                      shown as a linkage installation. For low-leakage dampers with seals, the actuator
                      shall be mounted with a minimum 5° available for tightening the damper seals.
                      Actuators shall be mounted following manufacturer’s recommendations.

             2.       Valves: Actuators shall be connected to valves with adapters approved by the
                      actuator manufacturer. Actuators and adapters shall be mounted following the
                      actuator manufacturer’s recommendations.




3.13   WARNING LABELS AND IDENTIFICATION TAGS

       A.    Permanent warning labels shall be affixed to all equipment that can be automatically
             started by the DDC system.

             1.       Labels shall use white lettering (12-point type or larger) on a red background.

             2.       Warning labels shall read as follows: ―C A U T I O N This equipment is
                      operating under automatic control and may start or stop at any time without
                      warning. Switch disconnect to ―Off‖ position before servicing.‖

       B.    Permanent warning labels shall be affixed to all motor starters and all control panels that
             are connected to multiple power sources utilizing separate disconnects.

             1.       Labels shall use white lettering (12-point type or larger) on a red background.

             2.       Warning labels shall read as follows: ―C A U T I O N This equipment is fed
                      from more than one power source with separate disconnects. Disconnect all
                      power sources before servicing.‖

       C.    Equipment and Device labeling:

             1.       Labels and tags shall be keyed to the unique identifiers shown on the As-Built
                      drawings.

             2.       All Enclosures and DDC Hardware shall be labeled.

             3.       All sensors and actuators not in occupied areas shall be tagged.




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               4.       Airflow measurement arrays shall be tagged to show flow rate range for signal
                        output range, duct size, and pitot tube AFMS flow coefficient.

               5.       Duct static pressure taps shall be tagged at the location of the pressure tap.

               6.       Tags shall be plastic or metal and shall be mechanically attached directly to each
                        device or attached by a metal chain or wire.

               7.       Labels exterior to protective enclosures shall be engraved plastic and
                        mechanically attached to the enclosure or DDC Hardware.

               8.       Labels inside protective enclosures may be attached using adhesive, but shall not
                        be hand written.

               9.       Identify all other control components with permanent labels. All plug-in
                        components shall be labeled such that removal of the component does not
                        remove the label.

               10.      Identify room sensors relating to terminal box or valves with nameplates.

               11.      Manufacturers’ nameplates and UL or CSA labels are to be visible and legible
                        after equipment is installed.

       D.      Identification of Tubing and Wiring

               1.       All wiring and cabling including that within factory-fabricated panels shall be
                        labeled at each end within 5 cm (2 in.) of termination with the DDC address or
                        termination number.

               2.       Permanently label or code each point of field terminal strips to show the
                        instrument or item served.

               3.       All pneumatic tubing shall be labeled at each end within 5 cm (2 in.) of
                        termination with a descriptive identifier.


3.14   Identification Of Hardware And Wiring:

       A.      All wiring and cabling, including that within factory-fabricated panels shall be labeled at
               each end within 5 cm (2 in.) of termination with the DDC address or termination number.

       B.      All pneumatic tubing shall be labeled at each end within 5 cm (2 in.) of termination with
               a descriptive identifier.

       C.      Permanently label or code each point of field terminal strips to show the instrument or
               item served.

       D.      Identify control panels with minimum 1 cm (½ in.) letters on laminated plastic
               nameplates.

       E.      Identify all other control components with permanent labels. All plug-in components
               shall be labeled such that removal of the component does not remove the label.

       F.      Identify room sensors relating to terminal box or valves with nameplates.




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       G.   Manufacturers’ nameplates and UL or CSA labels are to be visible and legible after
            equipment is installed.

       H.   Identifiers shall match record documents.


3.15   PROGRAMMING:

       A.   Provide sufficient internal memory for the specified sequences of operation and trend
            logging. There shall be a minimum of 25% of available memory free within the primary
            controller for future use.

       B.   Point Naming: System point names shall be modular in design, allowing easy operator
            interface without the use of a written point index. Point Naming standard shall be agreed
            upon between owner and BAS contractor. Refer to Submittals section in the General
            Section.

       C.   Software Programming

            1.      Provide programming for the system and adhere to the sequences of operation
                    provided. The contractor also shall provide all other system programming
                    necessary for the operation of the system, but not specified in this document.
                    Imbed into the control program sufficient comment statements to clearly
                    describe each section of the program. The comment statements shall reflect the
                    language used in the sequences of operation and be of different font and color in
                    text editor. Use the appropriate technique based on one of the following
                    programming types:

                    a.       Text-based:

                             1)       Must provide actions for all possible situations

                             2)       Must be modular and structured

                             3)       Must be commented

                             4)       Must provide line by line programing and compilation wizard
                                      to allow for ease of editing.

                    b.       Graphic-based:

                             1)       Must provide actions for all possible situations

                             2)       Must provide programing and compilation wizard to allow for
                                      ease of editing.

                             3)       Must be documented


       D.   Operator Interface

            1.      Standard graphics—Provide graphics for all mechanical systems and floor plans
                    of the building. This includes each chilled water system, hot water system,
                    chiller, boiler, air handler, and all terminal equipment. Point information on the
                    graphic displays shall dynamically update. Show on each graphic all input and



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                    output points for the system. Also show relevant calculated points such as set
                    points.

            2.      Show terminal equipment information on a ―graphic‖ summary table. Provide
                    dynamic information for each point shown.

            3.      The contractor shall provide all the labor necessary to install, initialize, start up,
                    and troubleshoot all operator interface software and its functions as described in
                    this section. This includes any operating system software, the operator interface
                    database, and any third-party software installation and integration required for
                    successful operation of the operator interface.

            4.      Contractor shall provide necessary programming to create all reports refered to
                    in Part 2 Operator Interface Software



3.16   CONTROL SYSTEM CHECKOUT AND TESTING

       A.   Perform a three-phase commissioning procedure consisting of field I/O calibration and
            commissioning, system commissioning and integrated system program commissioning.
            Document all commissioning information on commissioning data sheets that shall be
            submitted prior to acceptance testing. Commissioning work that requires shutdown of
            system or deviation from normal function shall be performed when the operation of the
            system is not required. The commissioning must be coordinated with the owner and
            construction manager to ensure systems are available when needed. Notify the operating
            personal in writing of the testing schedule so that authorized personnel from the owner
            and construction manager are present throughout the commissioning procedure.

       B.   Phase I – Field I/O Calibration and Commissioning

            1.      Verify that each control panel has been installed according to plans,
                    specifications and approved shop drawings. Calibrate, test, and have signed off
                    each control sensor and device. Commissioning to include, but not be limited to:

                    a.       Sensor accuracy at 10, 50 and 90% of range.
                    b.       Sensor range.
                    c.       Verify analog limit and binary alarm reporting.
                    d.       Point value reporting.
                    e.       Binary alarm and switch settings.
                    f.       Actuator and positioner spring ranges if pneumatic actuation is utilized.
                    g.       Fail safe operation on loss of control signal, pneumatic air, electric
                             power, network communications, etc.

       C.   Phase II – System Commissioning

            1.      Each BMS program shall be put on line and commissioned. The contractor shall,
                    in the presence of the owner and construction manager, demonstrate each
                    programmed sequence of operation and compare the results in writing. In
                    addition, each control loop shall be tested to verify proper response and stable
                    control, within specified accuracy. System program test results shall be recorded
                    on commissioning data sheets and submitted for record. Any discrepancies
                    between the specification and the actual performance will be immediately
                    rectified and re-tested.




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      D.    Phase III - Integrated System Program Commissioning

            1.      Tests shall include, but not be limited to:
                    a.       Data communication, both normal and failure modes.
                    b.       Fully loaded system response time.
                    c.       Impact of component failures on system performance and system
                             operation.
                    d.       Time/Date changes.
                    e.       End of month/ end of year operation.
                    f.       Season changeover.
                    g.       Global application programs and point sharing.
                    h.       System backup and reloading.
                    i.       System status displays.
                    j.       Diagnostic functions.
                    k.       Power failure routines.
                    l.       Battery backup.
                    m.       Smoke Control, vents, in concert with Fire Alarm System testing.
                    n.       Testing of all electrical and HVAC systems with other division of
                             work.
                    o.       Year 2000 compliance test.

            2.      Sub Systems shall also be tested and commissioned.

                    a.       Compressed Air System

                             1)       Test all high pressure piping (80 PSI) at 100 PSI sustained for
                                      24 hours. Pressure loss shall not exceed 10 PSI at the end of
                                      the 24-hour test period.
                             2)       Test all low-pressure piping (25 PSI and below) at 30 PSI
                                      sustained for 24 hours. Pressure loss shall not exceed 3 PSI at
                                      the end of the 24-hour period.

            3.      Submit for approval, a detailed acceptance test procedure designed to
                    demonstrate compliance with contractual requirements. This Acceptance test
                    procedure will take place after the commissioning procedure but before final
                    acceptance, to verify that sensors and control devices maintain specified
                    accuracy and the system performance does not degrade over time.

            4.      Using the commissioning test data sheets, the contractor shall demonstrate each
                    point. The contractor shall also demonstrate 100 percent of the system functions.
                    The contractor shall demonstrate all points and system functions until all devices
                    and functions meet specification.

            5.      The B.M.S. contractor shall supply all instruments for testing. Instruments shall
                    be turned over to the owner after acceptance testing.

            6.      All test instruments shall be submitted for approval prior to their use in
                    commissioning.

                    a.       Test Instrument Accuracy:
                             1)       Temperature: 1/4F or 1/2% full scale, whichever is less.
                             2)       Pressure: High Pressure (PSI): ½ PSI or 1/2% full scale,
                                      whichever is less.
                             3)       Low Pressure: 1/2% of full scale (in w.c.)
                             4)       Humidity: 2% RH



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                             5)       Electrical: 1/4% full scale

            7.      After the above tests are complete and the system is demonstrated to be
                    functioning as specified, a thirty-day performance test period shall begin. If the
                    system performs as specified throughout the test period, requiring only routine
                    maintenance, the system shall be accepted. If the system fails during the test,
                    and cannot be fully corrected within eight hours, the owner may request that
                    performance tests be repeated.




       E.   Additional testing, debugging and fine tuning

            1.      Provide an additional 100 hours of appropriate highest labor cost category to be
                    used at the owner's discretion to test, debug and fine tune the system during
                    standard business hours.



3.17   CONTROL SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION AND ACCEPTANCE

       A.   Demonstration

            1.      Prior to acceptance, the control system shall undergo a series of performance
                    tests to verify operation and compliance with this specification. These tests shall
                    occur after the Contractor has completed the installation, started up the system,
                    and performed his/her own tests.

            2.      The tests described in this section are to be performed in addition to the tests
                    that the contractor performs as a necessary part of the installation, start-up, and
                    debugging process and as specified in the ―Control System Checkout and
                    Testing‖ article in Part 3 of this specification. The engineer will be present to
                    observe and review these tests. The engineer shall be notified at least 10 days in
                    advance of the start of the testing procedures.

            3.      The demonstration process shall follow that approved in Part 1, ―Submittals.‖
                    The approved checklists and forms shall be completed for all systems as part of
                    the demonstration.

            4.      The contractor shall provide at least two persons equipped with two-way
                    communication and shall demonstrate actual field operation of each control and
                    sensing point for all modes of operation including day, night, occupied,
                    unoccupied, fire/smoke alarm, seasonal changeover, and power failure modes.
                    The purpose is to demonstrate the calibration, response, and action of every
                    point and system. Any test equipment required to prove the proper operation
                    shall be provided by and operated by the contractor.

            5.      As each control input and output is checked, a log shall be completed showing
                    the date, technician’s initials, and any corrective action taken or needed.

            6.      Demonstrate compliance with Part 1, ―System Performance.‖

            7.      Demonstrate compliance with sequences of operation through all modes of
                    operation.



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            8.     Demonstrate complete operation of operator interface.

            9.     Additionally, the following items shall be demonstrated:

                   a.       DDC loop response. The contractor shall supply trend data output in a
                            graphical form showing the step response of each DDC loop. The
                            test shall show the loop’s response to a change in set point, which
                            represents a change of actuator position of at least 25% of its full range.
                            The sampling rate of the trend shall be from 10 seconds to 3 minutes,
                            depending on the speed of the loop. The trend data shall show for each
                            sample the set point, actuator position, and controlled variable values.
                            Any loop that yields unreasonably under-damped or over-damped
                            control shall require further tuning by the Contractor.

                   b.       Demand limiting. The contractor shall supply a trend data output
                            showing the action of the demand-limiting algorithm. The data shall
                            document the action on a minute-by-minute basis over at least a 30-
                            minute period. Included in the trend shall be building kW, demand
                            limiting set point, and the status of sheddable equipment outputs.

                   c.       Optimum start/stop. The contractor shall supply a trend data output
                            showing the capability of the algorithm. The change-of value or
                            change-of-state trends shall include the output status of all optimally
                            started and stopped equipment, as well as temperature sensor inputs of
                            affected areas.

                   d.       Interface to the building fire alarm system.

                   e.       Operational logs for each system that indicate all set points, operating
                            points, valve positions, mode, and equipment status shall be submitted
                            to the architect/engineer. These logs shall cover three 48-hour periods
                            and have a sample frequency of not more than 10 minutes. The logs
                            shall be provided in both printed and electronic formats.

            10.    Any tests that fail to demonstrate the operation of the system shall be repeated at
                   a later date. The contractor shall be responsible for any necessary repairs or
                   revisions to the hardware or software to successfully complete all tests.

      B.    Acceptance

            1.     All tests described in this specification shall have been performed to the
                   satisfaction of both the engineer and owner prior to the acceptance of the control
                   system as meeting the requirements of completion. Any tests that cannot be
                   performed due to circumstances beyond the control of the contractor may be
                   exempt from the completion requirements if stated as such in writing by the
                   engineer. Such tests shall then be performed as part of the warranty.

            2.     The system shall not be accepted until all forms and checklists completed as part
                   of the demonstration are submitted and approved as required in Part 1,
                   ―Submittals.‖




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3.18   CLEANING

       A.   The contractor shall clean up all debris resulting from their activities daily. The
            contractor shall remove all cartons, containers, crates, etc., under his/her control as soon
            as their contents have been removed. Waste shall be collected and placed in a designated
            location.

       B.   At the completion of work in any area, the contractor shall clean all work, equipment,
            etc., keeping it free from dust, dirt, and debris, etc.

       C.   At the completion of work, all equipment furnished under this section shall be checked
            for paint damage, and any factory-finished paint that has been damaged shall be repaired
            to match the adjacent areas. Any cabinet or enclosure that has been deformed shall be
            replaced with new material and repainted to match the adjacent areas.


3.19   TRAINING

       A.   The Contractor shall provide competent instructors to give full instruction to designated
            personnel in the adjustment, operation and maintenance of the system installed. Factory
            employed/certified instructors shall be thoroughly familiar with all aspects of the subject
            matter they are to teach. All training shall be held during normal work hours of 8:00 a.m.
            to 4:30 p.m. weekdays.

       B.   Provide a minimum of four (4) on-site, on-line, or classroom training sessions throughout
            the contract period for personnel designated by the owner. Each session shall be a
            minimum of four (4) hours each

       C.   Provide two additional training sessions at 6 and 12 months following building’s
            turnover. Each session shall be three days in length and must be coordinated with the
            building owner.

       D.   Provide 80 (Eighty) hours of site specific training for Owner's operating personnel.
            Training shall include:

            1.       Day-to-day Operators:

                     a.       Proficiently operate the system

                     b.       Understand control system architecture and configuration

                     c.       Understand DDC system components



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                  d.      Understand system operation, including DDC system control and
                          optimizing routines (algorithms)

                  e.      Operate the workstation and peripherals

                  f.      Log on and off the system

                  g.      Access graphics, point reports, and logs

                  h.      Adjust and change system set points, time schedules, and holiday
                          schedules

                  i.      Recognize malfunctions of the system by observation of the printed
                          copy and graphical visual signals

                  j.      Understand system drawings and Operation and Maintenance manual

                  k.      Understand the job layout and location of control components

                  l.      Access data from DDC controllers and ASCs

                  m.      Operate portable operator’s terminals

            2.    Advanced Operators:

                  a.      Make and change graphics on the workstation

                  b.      Create, delete, and modify alarms, including annunciation and routing
                          of these

                  c.      Create, delete, and modify point trend logs and graph or print these
                          both on an ad-hoc basis and at user-definable time intervals

                  d.      Create, delete, and modify reports

                  e.      Add, remove, and modify system’s physical points

                  f.      Create, modify, and delete programming

                  g.      Add panels when required

                  h.      Add operator interface stations

                  i.      Create, delete, and modify system displays, both graphical and others

                  j.      Perform DDC system field checkout procedures

                  k.      Perform DDC controller unit operation and maintenance procedures

                  l.      Perform workstation and peripheral operation and maintenance
                          procedures

                  m.      Perform DDC system diagnostic procedures




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                     n.       Configure hardware including PC boards, switches, communication,
                              and I/O points

                     o.       Maintain, calibrate, troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair hardware

                     p.       Adjust, calibrate, and replace system components

            3.       System Managers/Administrators:

                     a.       Maintain software and prepare backups

                     b.       Interface with job-specific, third-party operator software

                     c.       Add new users and understand password security procedures

       E.   In addition to the site specific training on the system installed, as outlined above, provide
            enrollment for two (2) building operators in a four (4) day course at the manufacturer’s
            factory training center. All course tuition, course material fees and transportation to and
            from the training center are to be included in the proposal. Expenses for lodging and
            meals will be provided by others.

       F.   Provide 8 hours of additional training quarterly during warranty period.

       G.   Since the Owner may require personnel to have more comprehensive understanding of
            the hardware and software, additional training must be available from the Contractor. If
            such training is required by the Owner, it will be contracted at a later date. Provide
            description in the Technical Proposal of available local and factory customer training.

       H.   Provide course outline and materials in accordance with the ―Submittals‖ article in Part 1
            of this specification. The instructor(s) shall provide one copy of training material per
            student.

       I.   The instructor(s) shall be factory-trained instructors experienced in presenting this
            material.

3.20   SEQUENCES OF OPERATION

       A.   Insert sequence of operation generated by SABRE. Insert after generating Specification
            in Specwriter




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